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If you're unclear on an item in an invoice, ask them. Don't mess around or guess, just ask. You shouldn't even be involved at this level, your finance person should be asking the questions for you. If you are the finance person then you need to take that role seriously. It's not just about the size of the amount. I would not expect to get invoiced for their ...


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They seem transparent, they seem professional. I will not bother to see those kinds of cost if they deliver on budget and on spec. While I would cringe if the project drags, the deliveries are out of spec and the cost explode the estimate because communication is to avoid all that. It is a bit a question of trust and preference in the end because we are not ...


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First, check your contract. See how much detail it does (or doesn't) lay out. Then, check any surrounding communication. What did you and the other company actually say to each other? And then the important thing: You and them need to get on the same page about what this contract does and doesn't cover as soon as possible. I'd phone them or send an email ...


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However is it normal for me to be billed for their internal communication? This strongly depends on the contract you signed with this other LLC and the things you agreed that would be charged and billed, so do check your contract to get more insight on this. Almost all interactions within and between parts of a partnership project involve communication, ...


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