Re: W2 to 1099 conversion
Tony Markos wrote:
Can anyone give me a "rule of thumb" for coverting a
W2 hourly rate to an equivalent 1099 hourly rate?
This is for a local TW contract job that I am considering, so there are no per diem considerations (if that makes any difference).
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