To calculate the cost of translating your English document into another language, count the number of English words it contains. If your document is written in Microsoft Word, this can be done electronically by selecting “Tools > Word Count…”. Other word processing programs have similar functions. Then multiply the word count by the appropriate rate shown below.
|Translating, Typesetting, Formatting and Proof-reading||12p||Word||£6|
|Typesetting, Formatting and Proof-reading||6p||Word||£6|
To calculate the cost of transcribing your audio or video material, time the length of the content. Then multiply the number of minutes by the appropriate rate shown below.
|Audio / Video||Rate||Per||Minimum Charge|
|Transcribing, Translating, Typesetting and Proof-reading||£1||Minute||£12|
|Transcribing, Typesetting and Proof-reading||50p||Minute||£12|
We have a fixed charge for translating certificates. This includes the provision of an official Translation Certificate.
|Certificates (Birth / Death / Divorce / Marriage / Qualification)||Rate||Per|
|Translating, Typesetting, Formatting and Proof-reading||£20||Certificate|
If you need to submit your translated document to a Government Agency or Court, you will normally need to provide a Certified Translation by Certification, Affidavit or Notarisation.
|By Certification (as required by most Government Agencies)||£10||Certification|
|By Affidavit (as required by Courts)||£20||Affidavit|
|By Notarisation (as required by foreign Courts and Officials)||POA||Notarisation|
When comparing prices, remember that our rates are fully inclusive and there is no VAT on top. Other companies usually charge extra for formatting and proof-reading or they may have a higher rate for legal, medical or technical content.
We can offer a discount for larger jobs (over 1,000 words) or regular work. Please contact us to discuss this.