Top tip on how to bill your clients


When your clients get your bills, what do they think? I know from experience they do not want to be “nickel and dimed” in your bill. Remember the last time you paid $20 for parking or $12.95 for the internet at a hotel? How did you feel? One hotel has a different approach and I think it will give you an idea on how to bill your clients.

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