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How much should I charge the customer?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Haseo34, Jan 28, 2011.

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  1. Haseo34

    Haseo34 Thread Starter

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    Well, currently I have built my long term friend, (Yet we are doing this professionally, no friendship in the middle of business), a custom computer for his business.

    I was just wondering..What should I charge him?

    I worked 5-6 hours having to install applications, and actual labor of putting it together, having to RMA a board that was dead on arrival, and having to do various other objectives.

    I also installed Windows 7 Pro (Retails $250+) which was Unopened, and In my inventory.

    So I figure
    5-6 Hours labor
    And an Operating system I had on hand (Maybe half original price?)

    What do you guys think?

    Sorry if in wrong forum, didn't know where to put!

    Thanks,
    Ken
     
  2. Hughv

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    $400.00
    (5 x $50.00/hour +$150.000)
    This will almost certainly include a fair amount of (free) long term support.
    Obviously this price should have been set in the beginning.
     
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