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Old 03-05-2000, 02:12 PM
Nilsson Associates Nilsson Associates is offline
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What about considering that the closest competition would have to travel let's say 15 minutes to reach any of your customers. Like Jim said, being close is to your advantage has nothing to do with price ... just enhances profit. Try figuring your returns per hour for each customer and compare them at prices for new work (same type) if pricing now. Total hours (everything) for year divided into total billings for each customer gives you a comparable to help see it. Increasing prices depends on &quot;where you are with prices&quot;<br>even if you're way below the competition the customers still may resent a big increase.<p>Phil Nilsson
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