This is something you want to get right. Not all work will require the same level of time, effort and planning, so you may want to charge accordingly. You can charge hourly, per day or for a total for a project.

Fee Types

You have the option of 3 different fee types on limber. Per hour, per day and flat fee. 

Per hour and per day payment types will automatically calculate your holiday pay and add to the value of your proposal. 

Flat fee does not include holiday pay (but will still be subject to PAYE costs for your client).


Work types

You can choose between Specific Date (Eg. If you want to work on a specific date, such as 22 October 2019), Date Range (Eg.  If you want to work in a period of time, such as from 22 October 2019 to 27 October 2019) or Project (Eg. If you want to set a deadline without specific dates or times).

a. Specific Date

Use specific date range for individual jobs. Add times to outline your working hours for your client.

b. Date Range 

When you are working for a client over multiple days use the date range to outline and estimate your requirements. You will be able to edit your invoice to reflect your actual working times once you have completed your proposed work.

c. Project

You can use project to set out guidelines of your project to your client. Most importantly deadline date but, if you want, you will also be able to break down the days/hours you will be working and an estimation of your rate for the client.

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