@JMPepper posted about contracts on another thread and linked to an awesome contract template: https://stuffandnonsense.co.uk/projects/contract-killer/
So let's talk about contracts!
> When should/shouldn't you use a contract?
> What information is absolutely essential to include in a client contract?
> Other tips for contract writing or negotiation?
> On an ongoing job, when the contract is up for renewal, how and when do you approach your client about renewing or terminating the contract?
Feel free to post other contract templates or useful resources as well.
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A couple of very good articles at the Garage:
[I did not write these. I need to post another thread about the Garage...]
The contract killer! I loved this and it's actually what I used as a base for my current contract. I think the key to it is - don't be a lawyer. I mean, cover your butt, but make it simple enough so that both parties understand exactly what is required. Make it easy enough for them to read it and get through it without a million more questions. I get complimented all the time on our contract by people telling me how straight forward it is and they know exactly what to expect.
To go bullet by bullet: