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Old 03-06-2014, 12:00 AM
Blackgnturbo Blackgnturbo is offline
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Originally Posted by Weekend cut easymoney View Post
The above is the way to go....I have the same setup pretty much...except for last paragraph about billing...list all work expected to be perfomed...cuts, shrubs, then divide by 12 and bill at first of month..any extras from previous month are billed at this time...since I predetermine how many cuts/ work to be preformed , I don't have to look each month for what work to bill or subtract

Contracts allow you to plan and grow your business...also allow you to take vacations.

I ditched one off clients years ago, they call last minute and ditch you if you can't get there, even after rain...you commit to be there week to week, for a growing season...seems fair to expect a formal agreement to be signed.

Would you mind sending me a proposal as well? Thanks so much.
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