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wage type conversion calculator

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if you were to convert your w 2 to a 10-99 or something like that, would there be a calculator/formula to figure out what will be the equivalent, for per hour wage compared annual salary.

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"This is a more complex question than you would think since there are lots of variables involved. There are two fairly common rules-of-thumb that I've seen used in considering W-2 vs. 1099 status. 1) Contractors are paid about 30% more than salaried employees. 2) Divide the annual rate of pay for a permanent employee by 1000 to find the hourly billable rate for the contractor. In your case, offer $90/hour for your candidate currently earning $90K."

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This answer goes into lots of crunchy details as well...
http://www.reddit.com/r/reddit.com/comments/7idlx/as_a_tempcontractor_what_salary_equivalent_is_my/

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You have to know the number of hours per year you work to find the ratio.
7 hours/day x (5 x 52) days per year = 1820 hours
1820 hours x hourly wage = annual salary
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helpful. thanks very much.
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