Do you like working “regular relief” with hospitals where you are on a consistent schedule? Or do you work with many practices on a variable schedule?

Join us for this Relief Rover exclusive live webinar with CPA Jamie O’Kane of Abundant Beans to learn about the pros and cons of working as a part time employee vs an independent contractor so you can decide which is the best fit for your lifestyle. We’ll help you understand how the IRS determines your classification status, the consequences of misclassification, and best practices for both employers and relief professionals.

This webinar is brought to you by Relief Rover with the expert advice from Abundant Beans and CPA Jamie O'Kane. You can learn more about Abundant Beans by clicking the button below:

Meet Your Instructors

Cindy Trice

DVM, Founder of Relief Rover

As a multi-state licensed relief veterinarian with over 17 years of experience working in at least 50 unique general practice, emergency, and shelter clinics, Dr. Cindy Trice finds great satisfaction helping other vets take those hard earned breaks. In 2018, Cindy founded Relief Rover, (, a community connecting relief vets to jobs, each other, resources, and service providers who can help them grow their businesses. In addition to relief practice, Cindy is a consultant, speaker, serial entrepreneur, and author. She's co-founder of a clothing company called KickIt Pajamas ( that designs pajamas and other accessories for women battling cancer. Following graduation in 2004 from University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, Cindy interned at Florida Veterinary Specialists, (now Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners), in Tampa, FL. In her spare time she loves to volunteer, cook, scheme travel plans, and write rap lyrics for hamsters.

Jamie E. O'Kane

CPA, CTC, Abundant Beanmaker & Owner

Jamie is a Colorado native who doesn't ski and prefers beaches over the mountains. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from Colorado State University in 2003 and from there practiced in a couple of small and medium firms before starting her own firm. Jamie loves problem-solving, goal-based tax planning, and being an advisor that focuses on moving clients towards their dreams. When she is not whipping up customized tax strategies Jamie likes lifting, reading, knitting, sleeping, and enjoying Stranahan’s whiskey. She has two school-aged kiddos, one engineer husband, and a beautiful stealth expert cat.