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Old 05-31-2012, 08:29 PM
C Jovingo Landscaping C Jovingo Landscaping is offline
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Originally Posted by chris brauch View Post
what is this M/H rate everyone is talking about? i want to know more about equating prices for my business. I am just starting out
M/H rate is man hour rate. U set a rate per hour & that's what u charge per man hour. If u pay help $10hr u don't use that rate in ur estimate. Say ur M/H rate is $50 & u estimate a job is gonna take 16 hrs u charge 16hrs X $50=$800. U can do it urself in 2 days or u & 1 helper at $10hr do it in one 8hr day. Your help makes $80 for the day & u make $720 ($90/hour) cuz u have the expenses of running a company
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:28 PM
kendavisbiz kendavisbiz is offline
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Try an hourly rate plus expansés..How much r u Worth....If u bill 35 hrs a week At $50 an hour u make $1750..Remeber your business has expenses so plan on a Third of That Should be set aside to run your business.Sell Time always
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