Hourly Rate Calculator
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Copy and paste the HTML code below in your blog or website to have your very own hourly rate calculator.
How does this calculator work?
This calculator helps you add together your costs + your profit and divide that by the number of hours you will work.
i.e. (Business Costs + Personal costs + Profit you want to make) / number of hours that you will work = hourly rate that you should charge
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