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I think the W2 deal is better in this case.
Some things you do not include in your calculation is
... Employer share of Social Sequrity
... UIC and workers compensation

There is a third option I would like to mention.
There are business that provide employer of record services for people who would ordinarly be 1099 corp-to-corp.

The way these work is the employeer of record receives compensation and after charging a fee returns the money in the form of W2 wages and expences. They do all the paper work usually including billing.

I use such a relationship. My 401K controbution is 9% against my w2 pay plus a match that is payed as an expense from the total comp sent to my employer of record. Things like health insurance are payed pre tax as an expense against billing.

the company I use is named Solution Specialists
can be reached at SOSPECINC@CS.com

I am sure you could find other firms using internet searches like
"Consultant employeer record"
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