Re: Contract work - 1099 or W-2?
Hope the insurance problem clears up for you with "Covered California". I think enrollment starts in October, but doesn't take effect until January 1st. But what the insurance companies are going to do as far as fair rates is still up for grabs. Some big companies, like Cigna and Aetna, are not even going to participate, and the rumor is that there's going to be a limited market with only a few companies, and that might mean they can jack up rates. But at least you will no longer be excluded because of pre-existing conditions.
I'm about to be covered by Medicare, so that consideration is one reason I'm considering 1099.
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