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    Quote Originally Posted by zonkkk View Post
    It's even better:
    4 months - 0
    5 months - 1 day week
    5 months - 0
    7 months - 2 days a week. (I'm in the second month of doing this at the moment)

    Then my renewal will be due but end date will take me over 24 months with this client.

    So I got nothing to worry about then.

    Yes, in terms of the 40% rule, you've got nothing to worry about for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Yes, in terms of the 40% rule, you've got nothing to worry about for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Yes, in terms of the 40% rule, you've got nothing to worry about for now.
    I'll make sure I stay under 40% on a rolling 24 months basis. I have already added my "office time" / "home time" formula in my personal timesheet which tracks hours worked rather than days. It's on a monthly basis for now. I'll change it to 24 month totals once I go over that with this client.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zonkkk View Post
    I'll make sure I stay under 40% on a rolling 24 months basis. I have already added my "office time" / "home time" formula in my personal timesheet which tracks hours worked rather than days. It's on a monthly basis for now. I'll change it to 24 month totals once I go over that with this client.
    Don't forget that the rules apply as soon as you know you will exceed 24 months, not when you actually do. So signing a 6 month extension after 20 months puts you in scope.
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