SAP BW Consulting, Inc.

Job Offer Consulting Calculator - Interview Questions

Do you Make, Take or Walk away from this job offer?

Easy Candidate Rate Calculator / Job Offer Analyzer

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Instructions: You must answer all 8 pages of questions in order to get an analysis.

The consulting rate calculator can see things that you can't see

The consulting rate calculator can see what you can't see

First we need to gather some personal information.

After answering a few interview questions, you will receive an email summarizinig our findings.

Then press the "Next" button for questionnaire page 2

  • Benefits:

    This simple Job Offer Calculator helps you get to "Yes" faster by helping you understand, negotiate and decide:

    • What hourly or yearly rate should you ask for
    • Will you make any money at your asking price or their offered rate
    • Is the consulting fee a fair rate
    • Should you keep your current job or take the new job
    • What is an acceptable percentage increase in salary
    • Your fixed Baseline Budget
    • What is the breakeven point with your out-of-pocket expenses
    • What are your likely out-of-pocket expenses
    • Maximum Out-of-pocket Cash savings required
    • Months to Breakeven on cashflow
    • Should you relocate of just travel back and forth
    • If the job is only 6 months, will you make any money on this job
    • How much money Will You Lose if you take this job

    Our Consulting Calculator can evaluate any job offer, in any industry, in any currency. This is one Consulting Fee Calculator you don't have to be a genius to use (but in case you are a genius, we explain the results to you in plain english anyway).

    Our calculator can also function as a:

    • Moving Expense Calculator
    • Cost of Living Calculator
    • Relocation Cost of Living Calculator
    • Means to help you understand your Relocation Expenses
    • Cost of Living Comparison Calculator
    • Months to break even calculator

    Just fill out the form on each page (8 total questions) and press submit. The Consulting Calculator will analyze your job offer and give you a table of results and a written description of the job scenario analysis including the 5-critical numbers you need to know such as Months to Break Even, Cash-on-hand needed, All Inclusive Rate, Monthly Net Income, etc.

    Change your inputs and re-run the calculations as many times as you need to, in order to "make the job work" for you. This is a Deal Making Tool.

    Use it at least 5 different ways to analyze:

    1. W-2 jobs
    2. 1099 jobs
    3. Perm jobs
    4. Contract Jobs scenarios
    5. or combinations of all 4

    Feel free to modify your inputs and re-run the calculator as often as you like.

    Get Instant online results as well as a customized email of the analyzed results for your future reference and consideration.

    Need help? Give us a call and we will walk you through it: 1-812-340-5581

    We are constantly updating and adding new capabilities to this deal making tool. Check back often for upgrades and enhancements.

  • In this form enter your:

    • First Name
    • Last Name
    • Email
    • Phone Number
  • This information is used to build up the Job Analysis Header

    How the consulting rate calculator works

  • User Testimonials

    TESTIMONIAL1: "This is the ideal, best practice employed by leading consultancies. The reality facing our industry today is an emergent culture by smaller firms, steeped in garden variety outsourcing practices. They discount the expenses part of the project cost and offer an All-inclusive rate." by Ted Olaye, Supply Chain Specialist, MBA, CSCP

    TESTIMONIAL2: "The calculator tool was awesome!!! I'm in a slightly different industry from the SAP field, but I filled out the questionnaire and submitted my resume because one never knows where the network leads. Also, it only took a few minutes to share my personal/professional info after using a tool that probably took many hours to create, write instructions & format it for online usage. You should be able to grab the stats of who used it. Seemed fair enough to me. Again, awesome job! Rick " by Richard Easler, Opus BPO