Re: Contract work - 1099 or W-2?
If you have a choice between getting paid on a W-2 or a 1099, which would
I am starting to do contracting again after over a decade of direct
"captive" employment, and I don't remember what the advantages/drawbacks
Can anyone direct me to a resource, or tell me what you've done in your
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