Day of Coordination is much more than just one day of actual work. It actually involves approximately 50 hours of work.
The following is a basic example of hours related to day of coordination:
If you take an average of $500 for day of coordination and divide it by 50 hours of work that equals to $10.00 an hour. Once you take out taxes, expenses, and assistant pay, the planner is in all actuality working for free.