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    oh no!!!!...

    i see..IRS people...
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    agreed. the two side jobs i ever did, one of them i claimed as income because it was a fairly large amount, the other i didn't, and they both were non-personal checks. sometimes you do, sometimes you can get away with it.
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    lol...i suggest they go after someone that they will actually get something out of instead of busting lil ole me.....
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    Bid the job "lump sum". Hit them with an hourly rate for revisions that go above and beyond what was initially called for.

    Both you and the client should know what is being negotiated. Anything not spoken of up front can always come back and haunt you later.
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    excelent movie by the way...never saw the original..but I watched the new one on my 22nd birthday....strangely while walking out of the movie theatre that night there were police sirens and cops everywhere around the building....i thought the movie became reality.......
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    Question for freelance Architectural Drafters......how much do you typically charge for a set of house plans?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrodz0321 View Post
    True troutspinner, it all depends on if this is your actual job or if its just something you do on the side.....i have a full time job and do this on the side so its money that i dont report to the IRS.......

    Thank you for this information. I will contact you for some back tax owed as we will assess your income for the last 5 years as being ----- your ip number is-----------

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