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advice on moving from traditional employee/er to contractor/1099 worker

I may be moving from a traditional employee/employer relationship to that of a contractor/1099 worker for a totally different company. I'll be 58 when this happens early next year so I know I'll be responsible for my own health coverage, my own retirement funding, my own taxes ... anything else I may not be thinking about so I can calculate the "hourly rate" to charge the new company?

 

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(12/17/22) Hi @VirginiaW912121 , I think you have it all. I am presuming they will be providing the equipment you may need, internet and gas mileage? Of course you may be working at their location or from home. Sounds exciting!!! Thanks for sharing with us. Hope you will continue to "update" us. Nicole 🙂

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