Fee Types

Melissa Gunn
Melissa Gunn
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Once your table is created and formatted the way you'd like, all that's left is to add your fees. We have six different kinds of fees to use. This page is a quick guide on each fee and how they're used.

Fixed Fees

Fixed fees are designed as bare bone charges for one-time services. They contain two columns: The fee title/description, and the price. Fixed fees are great for individual services and one-time charges. 


Unit/Quantity Fees

Unit/Quantity fees are designed to allow you to set a price based on a certain number of units. It has four columns: Name/description, the price per unit, the number of units, and the subtotal calculated from the previous columns.


If you would like your client to be able to choose how many units to purchase, we also make it easy for them to adjust the number of units. Click here to see instructions on how to set up adjustable quantities.


Hourly, Monthly and Annual Fees

We provide three fees based on the amount of time to do the work, or on the length of a particular subscription period. These are very similar to the Unit/Quantity fees, but with one main difference, each Unit column will have an indicator letting your clients know that the fee is based on a set timeframe (hour, month or year):


These fees are great for providing an estimate on billable hours, or for setting prices based on a subscription period.


Content Rows

Content rows are different than the other rows. While the other rows focus on a fee and price, content rows are a simple text box placed inside of the table, allowing you to add content directly inside.