Originally Posted by cute fuzzy bunny
Thanks for the info.
We're just going to tell the current employer to put her on per diem and leave her there. Between the extra pay per diem workers get over regular workers and not having to make payroll contributions for insurance, the two will practically cover our cobra payments.
Will she be an independent contractor or an per diem employee? If the former, you'll be able to deduct your premiums. Or maybe even as an employee if health insurance is not offered.
I think you made the only decision you could under the circumstances. A few thousand bucks, but peace of mind.
San Francisco Area
ESR'd March 2010. FIRE'd January 2011.
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