wants to travel away
- Oct 9, 2006
that's what I thought about the discount.Though the charge here is more like 10 cents/word.5$ is awayyy too much.Thanks!I used a translator about 5yrs ago and the charge was $5/word... that's the only data point i have ...
i would think that even though it's already been translated, you still have to read through it and check the translation. it should be the same price as getting it translated just minus the writing... maybe a 10-20% discount since you don't have to write it out? just my thoughts
thanks.I haven't been given to yet though.All I know is that it's a restaurant menu, so not a fully written page...I translate French, Spanish & Russian as a side business for my law firm.
I charge $75-85 per page for a birth certificate, educational degree, marriage certicate, etc.
For anything longer-company reports, testimonies, etc. I charge $100 per page upwards depending on how complicated the language is (i.e. I charge more for a scientific document than I would for a testimony since I have to look up the scientific words to double check the translation).
If you want to email me the page, I can take a look at it and tell you how much I would charge for it.
You do need a license...Maybe you can ask in the lokal information office or directly at some ministry(that's what they are called, right?)Do you need a special license to do this? I would like to start a side business ( i need extra income)...How can I start?