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    Are here flash-freelancers who already have made a contract which I could read???
    I am just starting, and I won't invent the wheel again. So if I could read contracts you already have made I would be very pleased.
    Thanks,


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    Im interested in ur replies UP...

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    I prefer to avoid paper work

    I work on 50% of quote upfront, 50% on satisfactory completion of the project.

    That way covers both me for my initial work, and my client who doesn't pay the second half until he's happy.

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    hi, verbal.. stands as much chance in court as any you buy stocks and shares over the phone

    make your own thing up if they sign it there yours

    the 50/50 thing is a safe bet..

    b.p

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    Originally posted by U.P!
    Are here flash-freelancers who already have made a contract which I could read???
    I am just starting, and I won't invent the wheel again. So if I could read contracts you already have made I would be very pleased.
    Thanks,

    I have an example of a professional contract that covers most of the pitfalls and considerations to completing a project. It is in Word format and I can send it to you if you wish. It is a 13 page contract and, while it is entirely equitable, it is designed to cover the developers interests.

    Cedric
    cgore@Javakitty.com

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    how does the 50/50 go with an hourly wage payment...??
    you estimate how much time you will work ??
    thanks,
    Bully

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    Hi, guess at it, get enough to cover your estimated time...

    say 2 them::

    "i think it will be "
    "it will b roughly"
    "it will b between 255 and 555"

    and say may be slightly more or possibly less

    you'll get better at judging as time goes on, if your learning, dont charge per hour...

    get a set fee & learn

    hope this helps
    B.P

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    An estimating spreadsheet works wonders..

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