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The logistics of becoming an IC... insurance transition to an HMO. oh, the wager of whether I'll continue to be healthy or fall ill in the next 7 months. and getting an EID so I don't expose my SSN to clients when they 1099 me. and invoicing.
10d ago
Tue Apr 10 2018
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Those parts of being an indie contractor suck to be sure. We went through the same travails. I've been using Harvest for invoicing and estimates and it really is a time saver come tax time (and for automatically following up with late payments). Good luck with the transition Char. But that extra free time tho. :)
9d ago
Wed Apr 11 2018
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I second Harvest! And we have a great insurance broker in SF if you ever need someone.
9d ago
Wed Apr 11 2018