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The best way to keep that client is to find a subcontractor who can do the job. In that way, you move from being "a programmer" to "someone who solves computer problems." When you have a client who is willing to spend money on you, take the money and find someone who can do the work they need. Edit: Make sure that you price the ...


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To answer the question, you have to consider beyond the headline cost... With an employee, as well as the salary, you have to factor in (depending on the jurisdiction): Additional payroll taxes Other health care and/or social security charges Sick pay and holiday pay Pension contributions Training and development Provision of equipment etc With a ...


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