Be honest. State that you are not being able to pull a profit atter all your expenses and time. Honesty and integrity - the way great businesses grow.
by Go with the flow - 10 hours ago
as a business person, you can't if you want to be processional and polite. the way to do it is to quote a price so high, you know they won't accept it. — and if they do, you can live with it.
by ? - 10 hours ago
Yep, honesty is best and stop giving away your services.
by Love big words - 10 hours ago
The farther you go out of your way to travel and what not you have to ask them that it will cost them more for that. Much more $$$$$$$$$$
by Ryan - 10 hours ago
Keep documentation of how much it would normally cost, then have like their discounted price so they can see how much you are helping them. For instance, I had car repair work done. The bill totaled $125 and some change and at the end of the bill they added Discount -$50 labor to show where I saved money. Customers like receipts and they like knowing exactly what they are getting.
by Scott - 10 hours ago
Just tell her. It's your business. You call the shots. You tell them what you offer for what prices. They either use you or someone else.
by MyOpinion - 10 hours ago
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