Yeah, a tad more work, the stamps and mailing label were hand placed on the "tabbed" version so the extra $$s for the envelopes and the 2+ gal of gas for the Decatur round trip is all. We don't do this for the money, I figure profit to be no more than $1.00 an issue or around $300+ month and if you take into account the book keeping, printing, printing time, paper, ink, etc. it's probably not more than a dollar an hour.
It reminds me of when I was working for Georgia Marble in N. GA and the local town had a gov. grant to build a golf course. A topographic map was needed, 10 foot contour intervals, of the 150 acres. My fellow geologist and I were interested in the work, we'd walked the topography and estimated the time it would take working weekends. The town group couldn't decide on whether to give us the contract or pay to have the area flown, photographed and maps made from the photos. They gave us the go-ahead in mid-late spring,about four months after we made our bid. The first weekend everything was fine and we made good progress, we were using a plane table and alidade (sp?) (I've owned a couple of Japanese alidades) Between the first and second weekends the trees budded out and it was like a jungle. Where before you could set the table on one spot and shoot 360 degrees now you had to cut lines through the growth. We ended up taking all our leave, hiring high school kids to hold the rod and cut lines. When it was all through and I was calculating my income tax I calculated how much I'd made an hour, it was less the $1.00" So much for independent contracting.