Consulting fee agreement forms and contracts

“Where are your consulting fee agreement forms and contracts? Can I see your contracts?” asks Shawn, an aspiring hospitality consultant. Well, Shawn, I don’t actually share my consultant fee agreements. Consulting Fees, my guide to setting and getting your rate, may be of some assistance when it comes to understanding your own fees, your  business plan, your non-negotiables and boundaries. It will help put your business on stable ground.

The thing is – you don’t just want to use a one-size-fits-all agreement. Every consultant, every business and every client poses a different situation. You need to make sure you hammer out terms that make sense for you. Take a look at these templates from US Legal Forms (aff) for forms that may be of help in your unique situation.

But, in all honesty, you don’t want to just use any old approach to consulting. In fact, if you’re charging an hourly rate, you might not be making enough money for the value of the solutions you provide. Taking a deep dive into Consulting Fees may be a better option. 

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5 thoughts on “Consulting fee agreement forms and contracts”

  1. If you have some knowledge and expertise in your field, many who lack your knowledge and skills would gladly pay for your services. The big money comes from performing services for businesses instead of individuals.

  2. I am considering taking on a consulting agreement with a company that has no money but potential for a great deal of money. I have asked for 20% of gross revenue OVER AND ABOVE what they currently earn now. I have been asked to take only 20% of net earnings. I want to work with them, but it seems unfair and too small a percentage. What do I do?

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