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Created On: 20 April 2013 08:35 PM
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 21 April 2013 06:43 PM
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Originally posted by: ebee

That`s £900 then Martyn to a private person


Because I'm worth it pal😜😳

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 21 April 2013 07:21 PM
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Martyn, I`m sure you are,
I was just pointing out that around £1000 sounded expensive but £900 inc VAT is not far off ie they are similar

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 21 April 2013 07:33 PM
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I do not quote paper work costs on a quotation ,

Its a hidden cost .
 21 April 2013 08:34 PM
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Originally posted by: ebee

Martyn, I`m sure you are,

I was just pointing out that around £1000 sounded expensive but £900 inc VAT is not far off ie they are similar


Lol it was a cloaked reference to the shower/shampoo advert....

I don't have a trumpet.

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 21 April 2013 10:57 PM
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Blimey, course you charge for paperwork/certification. We are in business not charities. You probably won't itemise it though.

For instance, 8 hr job on site, quote work and prepare estimate, initial visit, 2 hrs, complete EIC and notify for Part P, 2hrs. That makes 12 hours, not just the 8 on site. Say hourly rate of £25/hr equals £300 plus vat if vat registered. If you want to include time not physically carrying out work for free that's up to you. But do the sums. If you do that job for 8hrs@25/hr, but you have actually spent a total of 12 hrs quoting and certifying that's 12 hrs for £200. That's £16.66/hr. Take off your overheads, niceic or napit, insurances, etc. you would earn more working direct for another contractor.
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