I usually charge $25 an hour for basic care.

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yukii007, charging an hourly rate depends on what is the average for your area.

If the couple is mainly needing "companion" service, then $25/hour sounds good. If one or both require more hands-on care, then charging more would make sense.
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Reply to freqflyer

Do a google search to see what a caregiver gets paid in your area, double it and there you go.
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Reply to hgnhgn

Depends on what you do. $25 where I live is high for a CNA. Those working in nursing facilities only make $10 to start. Is the $25 for care of both. Are you going to be bathing, toileting?
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Reply to JoAnn29

That depends. Are you an employee or a 1099 subcontractor? If subcontractor, what would you expect to make as an employee?
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