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Are You Committing Unemployment Insurance Fraud By Accident?

Career Realism

Unemployment Insurance Fraud takes place when an individual conceals or misrepresents some information to get or increase unemployment insurance payments. Types of UI: Failing to report your employment. This includes: cash jobs, commission, self-employment, 1099 or temporary. Fabricating job searches or not conducting a solid work search. Helping some person to file a fraudulent insurance claim. New employers hire reports.

Going Solo—Five Tips for Beginning Freelancers

Resume Bear

What types of jobs will get you there? Provide a Security Net — Your freelance paycheck is less consistent than the one you earned through an employer, so prepare for emergencies. Make a plan for medical insurance through your spouse’s employer or an affordable private insurance plan. As a 1099 employee, you can expect a big tax hit at the end of the year, so force yourself to set aside at least 25 percent of your monthly income for Uncle Sam.

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employee clique is causing problems, employer will pay me more if I work as a contractor, and more

Ask a Manager

Employer will pay me more if I work as a contractor. I was recently extended a job offer at $58k. The employer responded that the salaries were not negotiable but that if I was willing to waive my benefits, they would have some wiggle room. I asked him to expand upon this, and he said that if I wanted to waive all benefits, including leave, and become a 1099 contractor, they could meet $65k. He said if I only waived health insurance could he offer $60k.

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Got a Phone And a Plethora of Patience?

Telecommuting Journal

Back then I occasionally accessed a computer at school but certainly didn’t have one at home, so the thought of being able to do my job–to take those customers’ orders right from home never even dawned on me. I hated that job.

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Got a Phone And a Plethora of Patience?

Telecommuting Journal

Back then I occasionally accessed a computer at school but certainly didn’t have one at home, so the thought of being able to do my job–to take those customers’ orders right from home never even dawned on me. I hated that job.

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