Question:

How much do freelance business consultant make?

10 October, 2021 Paul Culton 6

Answers (6):

  • AUTHOR: BILLY HASLETT
    16 October, 2021

    One of the most difficult aspects of becoming a freelance business consultant is quantifying what they charge an hour. A wide array of variables factor into this, such as type of consulting, experience, and relevant profession. It is not uncommon for a freelance business consultant to offer services on both an hourly and project basis. Hourly rates for freelance business consultants average between $30-60 per hour. Project rates can range from $5-15 per hour depending on service type. Project rates based on hours typically start at $7-10 dollars per hour up to around $100 dollars per day or more if working with high profile clients who need assistance securing lucrative ventures or securing large government contracts.

  • AUTHOR: TYISHA MCNAUGHT
    16 October, 2021

    A lot. Take a look at how is your business doing? How is your business doing? A quick google search says according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of May 2014, per year (40 hours/week), per month (2080 hours) and per day (8 hours) = $25.79 x 12 x 2080 / 8 = $4,333.12/monthly and $9743.84/annually on average without benefits and overhead with benefits and overhead . Double that number with an office space and administrative staff desk time involved in running a successful freelancer business consultant firm monthly or yearly salary - sounds like family money!

  • AUTHOR: ANDREW SCHROEDER
    16 October, 2021

    In this day and age, not much. Fortunately due to technology's progress, very few professions can't be outsourced in these type of millennial times. So you're out of luck if you're looking for a part-time gofer in a law office or brick-and-mortar retail establishment because there'll likely be a robot that can do it cheaper and faster for them before they get back from lunch break, when they let their robots run the store when they head out to rotate tires on car dealerships across town from one another.

  • AUTHOR: GERALD KLEMP
    16 October, 2021

    There are a lot of factors that help determine just how much a business consultant makes, but the most important one is the experience and competency level of that individual. The best way to find out would probably be to go onto sites like Elance or Freelancer and see what the going rates are for different people who have an adequate amount of experience in your area. It's really up to you as far as hourly rate goes, but I would say anywhere from 30-50 USD/hr would be a good place to start from unless you have tons of experience behind you already. Just remember not do undercut other freelancers!

  • AUTHOR: BECKI HOWE
    16 October, 2021

    answer:. Good question! That really depends on who you work for and how much they want to pay. A lot of organizations will hire consultants for a project basis, so the amount you'll get will vary depending on how much time is required. This means that some projects might only last a week while some customers may have an ongoing need or hobby which can be flexible in terms of length. I estimate that most people charge anywhere from $50-150 per hour for their services, but this also varies depending on what they do, who they are working with, where they are located geographically etc. Some people may even earn more than that if the project is particularly difficult.

  • AUTHOR: CLORA LUPO
    16 October, 2021

    That's a good question. There isn't a consistent answer to the question of how much freelance business consultants make because they set their own rates and work from different locations. Furthermore, there are many variables - risk of injury vs health benefits, taxation laws for self-employed persons, etc - which can influence earnings significantly. In general contracting is commission based with invoicing completed on commission before payment or potential access to client time sheets that detail time spent per client. Freelance business consultant can also use a company as a means for employment referral and revenue stream generation across multiple geographic locations where timings may be more heavily weighted on billable hours or deliverables if billing has been completed hourly.