In freelancing, a fee refers to the amount of money that a freelancer charges for their services. The fee can be a fixed amount, such as a project rate, or an hourly rate that is multiplied by the amount of time worked.
The fee is typically agreed upon in advance and outlined in the client contract or service agreement with their client. The fee may also include additional expenses, such as equipment, software, or travel costs, which the freelancer may incur in the course of completing the project.
See also: Rush Fee, Retainer Fee, Kill Fee, Cancellation Fee