Got a bit of a dilemma, itâ€™s a nice dilemma to have but all the same could do with some advice. One of the clients I work for has offered me a full time position and whilst Iâ€™ve no desire to take him up on as Iâ€™m happy as my own boss, he has asked for me to give him some options for working together long term. At the moment we are working on the basis that he books out two days of my time a week and I do what I can for him in that timeframe. I get the feeling he doesnâ€™t want to be tied down to 2 specific days a week and urgent amends keep coming outside of that window anyway. Charging per project isnâ€™t really an option as the work I am doing often has several rounds of unexpected amendments and legal too and froâ€™ing that make quoting projects accurately pretty impossible. Just wondering if anyone has any experience of charging a retainer fees and the pros and cons involved, or any other payment and work terms that you use outside of hourly or day rates. I was thinking an option could be to charge Â£X amount for X amount of hours spread over a month and then charge hourly rates for anything over the allotted time. Just trying to work it so the client knows roughly what they are going to be charged and I can still be flexible for my other clients. Any thoughts?