SF STC July mtg

Subject: SF STC July mtg
From: Bob Seitz <bseitz -at- WELL -dot- SF -dot- CA -dot- US>
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 1994 08:57:13 -0700

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San Francisco Chapter
Society for Technical Communication

July Meeting


The San Francisco chapter of the Society for Technical Communication
presents two speakers on tax status. Chris England, Writers Inc.,
will discuss the pros and cons of contracting as it relates to 1099
vs. W-2 tax status and will give an update on the Internal Revenue
Service's famous 20 questions. Karen Kellerman, a technical writing
contractor who testified at a state tax audit hearing in December,
1993, will speak on how employer-employee vs. independent contractor
relationships are determined. There will be ample opportunity for
questions from contractors and hiring managers.

WHEN: Wednesday, July 20, 1994
6:00 p.m.: Networking and hors d'oeuvres
6:45 p.m.: Program
Meetings are usually on the third Wednesday of the

WHERE: Stagecoach Restaurant
Wells Fargo Building
44 Montgomery Street at Sutter Street (downstairs)
Downtown San Francisco
A short walk from the Montgomery Street BART Station

RESERVATIONS: STC members can make reservations with
Victoria Pearce
(415) 885-1223
Make reservations by phone but pay at the door

COST: $10 for STC members with reservations
$12 for all others

(415) 985-7121

The STC is an international nonprofit organization of over 16,000
technical writers, editors, illustrators, and other technical
communicators. The STC's mission is to provide timely and innovative
programs and services for the education and professional development
of its members.

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