I've had a basically one person fine art picture framing business for about 15 years. The business grew out of my abilities as a craftsman and artist, certainly not from any business prowess. To create a finished product, I buy and cut raw materials like plexi, matboard, fome cor, etc., but buy all my frames finished and made to my specs by local woodworkers or wholesale fabricators for metal frames. I hinge and handle all artwork and specialize in works on paper. My services range from pick up, delivery, sometimes installation, on-site consultation, etc. I've never really known how to charge for my time at clients' or for "shop time" per hour. I essentially guessed at basic wholesale-to-retail mark-up percentages. Business was steady and grew for several years; I got the impression I was medium-high priced in the field, very good and knowledgeable about framing artwork, and strong on personal service. I've had several clients for nearly as long as I've been in business. All that notwithstanding, the recent crash was a catastrophe for me, with many good clients literally disappearing. Recent months have improved but I know I can't continue running the business by the seat of my pants. I need to restructure to survive, this time, knowing how to price the different products and services I combine for clients. I'm in the garden spot of the world, Brooklyn, New York. My clients are mostly in Brooklyn and Manhattan. I'd appreciate any advice or suggestions on where to look. many thanks.