I was reading a few posts regarding what people are charging customers and was curious if anyone feels the need to work for less than what they should make cuz they either: #1. Know the customer #2. Feel sympathy for the customer i.e. older, widowed, sick etc #3. Feel they will not get the job I changed the way I work this year by including what I charge for jobs and included the pricing on my website for all customers to see. It has several advantages. I am able to relate to my customers if and when they feel they might be overcharged. I simply state, "Whether they live in a million dollar home or rent one, my fee is the same." I know of atleast 3 LCO start-ups this year and their pricing for work I had to fix and I still cannot see how they made any money to do the work. I believe the first step (trying to get it pinned here mods) is to establish a price list for general services offered and to stick to it. I have never had my local pizza pizza reduce my pizza cost (I am a huge regular in every meaning). I pay the same fee as everyone else for the majority of services I need/want. We need to do the same here folks. AGREED? GOOD, now get back to work!!!