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On 6/29/07, Hilary Miller <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I work a steady part-time job. After work, I usually have a random
> computer related job lined up, mostly house calls for pocket change.
> However, I've recently been flirting with some larger agencies that
> require contract workers have their own insurance in addition to
> workers-compensation. (I intend to waive my workers-compensation.)
>
> My problem is that I only make $2000 a year or so from these odd jobs,
> and a quick google put the price of liability insurance into the $1000
> range. Am I missing an obvious choice for small-time computer
> consultant insurance? I'm trying to avoid asking them to put me on as
> a temporary W-2 worker for 10 hours of work.
>
> --
> Hilary Miller
> Computer Program Coordinator
> The Dignity Project, Inc.
> 1125 SE 4th Street
> Gainesville, Fl 32601
>
> Phone: (352) 371-6792
> Fax: (352) 371-6707
>


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