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  • Writer's pictureL. Darryl Armstrong

Don’t nickel and dime your clients

Don’t quote fees or invoice for services in any way that will communicate that you are petty or not delivering solid benefits for the services you provide.

Almost all clients would prefer to pay a little more per hour or per day than to be burdened with small charges for support services, activities, or costs that they feel should be included in the already high fee they are paying.

A feeling that fees are reasonable and predictable and that invoices are not filled with “nickel and dime penny ante stuff” will encourage referrals and future business with your client.

Until next time.

Dr. Darryl

L. Darryl Armstrong

ARMSTRONG and Associates

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