When it comes to gasoline and other stuff, it's very easy to figure out how much the client should be charged.
When it comes to something like a website, or a cellular phone, etc. What is the best way to add that expense to the customers bill?
If you take the same method to have them pay for your website/phone, the cost is rather high unless you receive more clients to balance it out.

e.g. If your phone bill was $100 and you had only one client, that client cannot possibly/willingly pay for your phone bill ($25) every week along with other fees.
What is the best method for adding this cost on to the clients bill?
To do this, here is an example of this method.
This is what John Smith spent on gas for the season, he provides weekly service for all '10' of his clients.
May: $100
Jun : $150
Jul : $100
Aug : $150
Sept : $100
Oct : $150
100 + 150 + 100 + 150 + 100 + 150 = $750
750 divided by 6 months = $125 (your average cost per month)
125 divided by John's clients (10) = $12.50
12.50 divided by the number of weeks per month (4) = $3.12

Each client must be charged $3.12 per visit in order to cover gas expenses.
This is what John Smith spent on gas for the season, he provides weekly service for all '10' of his clients.
May: $100
Jun : $150
Jul : $100
Aug : $150
Sept : $100
Oct : $150
100 + 150 + 100 + 150 + 100 + 150 = $750
750 divided by 6 months = $125 (your average cost per month)
125 divided by John's clients (10) = $12.50
12.50 divided by the number of weeks per month (4) = $3.12

Each client must be charged $3.12 per visit in order to cover gas expenses.
If you take the same method to have them pay for your website/phone, the cost is rather high unless you receive more clients to balance it out.

e.g. If your phone bill was $100 and you had only one client, that client cannot possibly/willingly pay for your phone bill ($25) every week along with other fees.
What is the best method for adding this cost on to the clients bill?
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