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Re: W2 vs 1099 and what's really important (was: Pay rate for contrac tor with no experience)
Subject:Re: W2 vs 1099 and what's really important (was: Pay rate for contrac tor with no experience) From:Justin Cascio <justin-paul -dot- geo -at- yahoo -dot- com> To:TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Thu, 17 Feb 2000 22:03:47 -0500
Thanks to everyone who's answered me recently, online and off, about
both the contracting issue and that *# -at- $ Word numbering issue. I think
I'm going to start charging more an hour for contracts w/o bennies, and
go back to hand-numbering in Word.
And Andrew, as always, I loved your top ten list. You crack me up.
"Ol' Diz knows the king's English. And not only that, I also know the
queen is English."
--Dizzy Dean, baseball great, responding on air to a letter from a
listener who said he didn't know the King's English