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Claiming travelling time for overseas travel
by BrianTH at 09:35 16/04/14 (Letters from Freelancers)
I may be starting a contract with an international company, and this will require some travel.
If I have to travel outside normal working hours e.g. fly out to New York on a Sunday, would claiming for that as a billed day be typical? Or should I aim for a higher daily rate that takes this in to account?

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