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Re: insurance costs, etc.

Thank you all so much for your input.  You came up with a lot of ideas 
and questions that I hadn't even considered!

It looks like medical insurance actually won't be too bad, and social
security isn't as awful as I'd hoped.

Social security is 15.3% of your income if you're self-employed:


Medical insurance will be about $450/month through COBRA (which extends
my current University coverage), or I can get my own insurance through
that insurance company for about $150/month.

Still, it looks like about 35% of my income will go towards insurance,
taxes, and social security.


Thanks again, everyone!


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