Are you charging the right prices to earn a profit?

“How much should I charge per hour?”

You may get many different answers but the correct answer is you need to charge what YOU need to charge based on YOUR costs if you want to stay in business.

One method to this is figuring is figuring out what your labor cost is per hour, your overhead cost is per hour, adding these together, and adding a profit on top.

For companies that perform on-site work, such as landscaping, cleaning, or HVAC companies, you need to also upcharge for your drive time if you are paying your labor to drive site to site or prep equipment in the morning.

Our free pricing worksheet will calculate what you need to charge per hour on your services to guarantee a profit at the end of the year.



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There is also a more advanced version available for purchase- more information here.

The video below explains how to use our free pricing worksheet.