It shouldn't. Some clients provide supplies and some dont. If you wont be providing supplies tell the client up front and also figure that into what they will pay you. Your pay will decrease by not providing supplies since the clients will pay for their own supplies.
In my experience it is best to discuss expectations with the client before you are hired. What exactly they what from you and how much you expect to be paid in return. At this point discuss your concerns with your client. Set clear boundaries and expectations. If you two cannot... more
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