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"Have you always wanted to know how to define your scope of services and draw up a letter of agreememt with clients, but weren't quite sure how to go about it? Well, Harry Siegel, CPA - the author of the successful Guide to Business Principles and Practices for Interior Designers - has done it for you in this clearly organized book. Here, at last, is the interior designer's indispensable tool for conducting a systematic analysis of every job-related business practice. The book is divided into two parts. One part is the actual checklist that contains sections covering the opening paragraph, scope of designer's services, information governing purchases, client responsibility, fees, retainers, and miscellaneous provisions. The other part is the actual clauses for the letter of agreement that are keyed to the checklist. In order to use the book, all you have to do is mark off the items in the checklist that apply to the particular job your're working on and then draw up the letter of agreement including all the pertinent correspondingly coded clauses. This book, then, provides a simple, easy to follow guide that is essential for the practice of every successful interior designer."