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Old 01-11-2000, 04:09 PM
HOMER HOMER is offline
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Hi,I got burnt that way with some of my commercial accounts, what I forgot to do when they requested weekly is to check the calendar that year for the months that had 5 weeks!!!!!!! Had I done this I would have factored in the months in to my total cost for the year, then broke it down on a monthly basis. To answer your question, I would definately , in advance, check the calendar, and any new accounts you get that request weekly or bi-weekly figure the total # of cuts per year x your per cut price and divide it by 12. This way you are being compensated for all your efforts. As for old customers I would probably let it go, if they have been loyal it might be best to start fresh and, like I did, learn from your sweat equity!<p>Homer
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