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From: "Melissa Barker" <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] TRANSITIONAL-GENEALOGISTS-FORUM Digest, Vol 4,Issue 280-dividing up time
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010 14:41:55 -0600
>Your discussion had two clients and then work for yourself. Do you split
>the travel time and mileage in 3rds or halves?
If I do genealogy research for myself while on a trip to also do genealogy
research for my Clients what I will normally do is cut my travel expenses in
half. And, depending on how much I do for myself, I may not even bill
travel expenses on that certain trip.
Since I do most all of my research at the Tennessee State Library and
Archives I try very hard to get as much work done in a visit as possible.
So, that would mean working on more than one Client file in one trip. It
makes for a very long day but I find that I am able to get more accomplished
and also save travel expenses for my Clients by not making numerous trips.
These days I don't have to worry about that because I don't have any time to
do my own research. I know we have discussed on this list before about
setting aside time to do our own research and how important that was but
sometimes it just isn't possible :)
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