How do you use quotation marks with a question?
Punctuation Junction: Question Marks and Quotation Marks
- When the quotation itself is a question, put the question mark inside the quotation marks.
- When the sentence as a whole is a question, but the quoted material is not, put the question mark outside the quotation marks.
How legally binding is a quote?
Quotes are legally binding and should ONLY be used when you are certain of the costs involved. NEVER label a written estimate as a ‘Quote’ – You can be held to the figure provided. ALWAYS ensure that the customer understands whether they are getting an estimate or a quote.
Should I pay for a quote?
The short answer is YES, you should be charging for quotes, especially if you do itemized quotes or D&C.
Which is the highest price quotation?
The bid is defined as the highest price a buyer is willing to pay for the assets, while the ask is the highest price a seller is willing to receive for selling. It’s common for stable, liquid assets to record narrow bid-ask spreads in a normal trading environment.
How do you accept a quote?
How to write a letter to tell a supplier that you accept their quote?
- Indicate the quotation number and the date.
- State your acceptance of the quote.
- Explain the next steps in the process as per your company’s policies (required document, advance payments, etc.)
What are the contents of quotation?
Contents of Quotation ↓
- Details about quality of goods offered for sale.
- Details about quantity of goods offered for sale.
- Type of quotation.
- Sale price per unit of the commodity.
- Term of payment like Cash or Credit, trade discount, cash discount and other allowances if any.
- Time, mode and place of delivery.
How long is a quote good for?
for 30 days
What is difference between quotation and estimate?
When it’s not possible to work from a standard price list, you have to give a quotation or an estimate instead. The main difference between a quotation and an estimate is that: a quotation is an agreed fixed price. an estimate is approximate price that may change.