Thursday, June 30, 2011

Jerry K. Proctor Professional Reporting Services

Professional services are infrequent, technical, or unique functions performed by independent contractors or by consultants whose occupation is the rendering of such services.
Examples of professional services contracts include those of: AccountantsActuariesAppraisersArchitectsattorneysBrokerage firms,Business consultantsbusiness development managersCopywritersDentists, Distributors, EngineersFuneral directorslaw firms,Physicianspublic relations Professionals, Recruiters, Researchers, Real estate brokersTranslatorsSoftware engineersAudio engineers,Structural engineersValue-added resellers and Web designers. While not limited to licentiates (individuals holding professional licenses), the services are considered professional  and the contract may run to partnerships, firms, or corporations as well as to individuals..

The selection of an independent contractor or consultant providing professional services usually depends on skill, knowledge, reputation, ethics, and creativity. Prices for services, even within the same field, vary greatly. Some professional-service providers are able to give fixed rates for projects, while others define the price only after assessing the work involved. For this reason, it is common to hire professionals on the basis of an hourly fee and of an estimated length of project 

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