How to draw up a contract with foreign clients for PI?

How to make a contract with a monthly receipt of money for hours worked?

There is an hourly project with a foreign customer, designed UI, there is Tranzitny account. How to draw up a contract for the subsequent passage of currency control, and billing(invoices) to the customer, to avoid problems with the Bank? How to specify that payment once a month(or other period) for hours worked and not to make a new agreement every time for new account?
June 26th 19 at 14:24
2 answers
June 26th 19 at 14:26
Foreign customers usually already have such a contract, because You are certainly not the first whom they hire. If not - take a sample from any exchange.
For VC in the Bank, you will need a bilingual version of the contract. Some banks are transferred the original, some give the translation.
The contract should be:
- Your name and address, it is clear that they must coincide with PI;
- provided remuneration, periodicity of its receipt and timing of payments;
- it is specified who pays the fee for the wire transfer;
Actually all. The contract is sent to the Bank once, then you refer to it in each invoice.
Next, you make invoice for every payment and send in the VC Bank on arrival the next amount.
The invoice also written in two languages, specifying the amount charged for Your services, the fee deducted by banks in the transfer, and the total amount of words in the two languages. Invoice should also present all the details of Your IP. All amounts with attribution "... according to the contract №123 from 1.1.2017".
And the advice is to choose the modern banks who help you to prepare all the documents for the VC, and not the ones that complicate life with unnecessary bureaucracy.
Andrew, thanks for the reply! - francesco73 commented on June 26th 19 at 14:29
June 26th 19 at 14:28
This experience does not have, just note - if I was such a problem, then I would appeal for sure to a lawyer.
Yes. But I think anybody sure this experience was from freelancers, because there are those who: 1) work in "white" 2) work on long-term contracts. I hope at least one will go here - francesco73 commented on June 26th 19 at 14:31

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