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#1 posted 11-12-2014 02:24 AM


I’ve always heard (and calculated out based off of my bill rate) that what you cost the company is roughly 2x your salary. My bill rate, for instance is roughly 3x my salary. So, 1/3 of that is my pay, 1/3 is my additional overhead, and 1/3 is profit/covering non-billable overhead.

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