My question is about doing freelance work outside of the printing company I work for. I am paid about half of what I expected to make out of college, so freelancing is a necessary part of making a living for me. Recently, a non-profit company contacted me through the company i work for and requested a quote for some typesetting work - no printing. What we quoted them is about double what I could do it for. Is it completely and utterly a bad idea to give him a personal quote? Has anyone been in this situation? I don't want to step on any toes but I do need the money! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I work at a printing press doing part customer service, part graphic design/pre-press. I also graduated from a 4-year university with a degree in graphic design two years ago.