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Employee v. Independent Contractor Tag

The Internal Revenue Service launched a new program that will enable many employers to voluntarily reclassifying their workers in an effort to resolve past worker classification issues. It is called the Voluntary Classification Settlement Program (VCSP). This new program will allow employers the opportunity to make a minimal...

As a small business owner you may hire people as independent contractors or as employees. There are rules that will help you determine how to classify the people you hire. This will affect how much you pay in taxes, whether you need to withhold from...

The IRS and Department of Labor have joined forces to reduce employer misclassification of workers. Last fall, the IRS began auditing 6,000 companies to determine if they have misclassified workers as independent contractors or properly classified the workers as employees and paid the required employment...

The IRS uses the common-law factors listed below to determine whether a worker is an independent contractor or an employee. All the factors below must be taken into consideration in determining worker classification Instructions. An employer should not tell an independent contractor how to...

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