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I think what I would do, assuming that I could afford to let the second job go
by, is consider it OT and calculate what time and a half on my current day job
would be (this also assumes that my day job is providing benefits), then add the
8.5% for SET. If the company won't pay that, then pass.
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From: "Tony Chung" <tonyc -at- tonychung -dot- ca>
Side contracting while
working is tough, and really not worth it unless the pay is up there.
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