We've all heard the sayings "You get what you pay for," "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is" and "You can't get something for nothing." In each of these, the message is the same: everything comes with a price. And getting the most for your money involves more than just being able to identify a price that is too high — it's also knowing when a price is too low.
The first thing you should know is who you need, do you need an interpreter or a translator? A translator works with written text while an interpreter works with the spoken word. Some interpreters will also provide translating services while some translators also do interpreting, however this isn't always the case. Therefore, it's important to discern whether you need someone to translate written text or to interpret a verbal speech.
During times of economic stress and uncertainty, businesses must diligently watch their spending in order to survive. Resilient companies with healthy earnings are also keen to keep costs down. This constant drive to reduce spending will sometimes lead companies to seek out low cost document translation. This can end up being a costly mistake.
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