I have been doing part-time/casual time work from home under a 1099 contract for a company that a friend works at. This is a side job for me and I have been noticing that life responsibilities are making it harder and harder for me to juggle this along with my day job. I haven't made a decision yet but am considering resigning.
It is universally accepted as an unwritten rule for employees in the United States to give at least a two-week resignation before quitting. I do not have much experience working as a contractor, so I was wondering is there such a universally accepted standard for part-time 1099 contractors?
The contract I signed clearly states that either party can willfully walk away from each others responsibilities to the other party at any time for any reason so I am fully aware that I have the right to do this, however is it frowned upon as an unwritten rule? Is it possible that I could be burning bridges if I walk away tomorrow?