When you have a contract job and you have placed a low # or 0 max in it, CLIP
will charge the "Charge Over Max" price. Chances are that if you left the max
at 0, you have also left the "Charge Over Max" at 0. If this is the case, CLIP
thinks that you have exceeded the number of times you agreed to do the job
according to the contract. You are now charging the "Charge Over Max"
(which is 0). That makes CLIP track your income for this job at 0. To remedy
the situation, place a high # in the max.

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