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    Default What is the market all-in rate for freelance photography?

    Hi all! I would like to ask what is all-in rate (ie what does it cover) and what is the market all-in rate for jobs as stated here: http://ntu.jobscentral.com.sg/profil...php?jid=194160

    Any help will be greatly appreciated thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: What is the market all-in rate for freelance photography?

    what kind of PG? event? wedding? food? fashion?
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    Default Re: What is the market all-in rate for freelance photography?

    Quote Originally Posted by raconteur View Post
    Hi all! I would like to ask what is all-in rate (ie what does it cover) and what is the market all-in rate for jobs as stated here: http://ntu.jobscentral.com.sg/profil...php?jid=194160

    Any help will be greatly appreciated thanks in advance!
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    Default Re: What is the market all-in rate for freelance photography?

    Quote Originally Posted by raconteur View Post
    Hi all! I would like to ask what is all-in rate (ie what does it cover) and what is the market all-in rate for jobs as stated here: http://ntu.jobscentral.com.sg/profil...php?jid=194160

    Any help will be greatly appreciated thanks in advance!
    work out your "overhead" (expenses need to pay out even you are not working) + "material cost" (expenses need to get the job done) + "labour/wages" (your salary) + "profit" (pure profit, the incentive to keep you working) divide by chargeable hours (the hour you can charge money, eg, you need to work one week 40 hours on a wedding but you only can charge 10 hours).

    and tell them accordingly, if rejected, stay with our current job.
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