How much should I charge?

Hmm this is weird, I don't know if I should charge him none at all, or charge a little. This person wants me to help to translate something, its 2 videos - 10 minutes and 20 minutes each.


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Most Helpful Guy

  • well, 30 minutes total, take minimum wage into factor and include that he's asking you a favor, so chalk it up to like the cost of a standard meal, like $10. if you don't need the money and don't mind though, just do it for free I say.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • I charge $35 per hour for translating stuffs (depending on the language as well), and well, extra cost if they need me to print it out rather than emailing it to them.

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What Guys Said 10

  • There are people who are certified translators; you probably have them in your area. I assume that you are not a certified translator. Determine what certified translators charge on an hourly basis and then charge half of that rate for your time. That is a good deal for the other person (assuming that your translation is good) and is probably a good amount for you as well.

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  • Insist he allow you to give him a wedgie in lieu of any monetary remuneration.

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  • If you've never done this before don't charge before you finish your work. Ask the person what they feel they owe you.

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  • For that small amount of time, I don't see a minimum charge of $20-$25 as being unreasonable.

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  • If they're like a friend then nothing otherwise probably a £10-£15

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  • 20/hour.

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  • $50.

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  • Go for $30

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  • 30 minutes of video will take much longer then 30 minutes to translate. $20 an hour.

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  • its your work? if so charge it if not then why?

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What Girls Said 3

  • 40 BUCKS LOL!

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  • 20 bucks fair.

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  • if you don't want to charge him tell its his shout at the pub

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