Working with independent contractors / Stephen Fishman, J.D.
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- ISBN: 9781413323832
- ISBN: 1413323839
- Physical Description: 372 pages : charts ; 23 cm
- Edition: 9th Edition.
- Publisher: Berkeley, California : Nolo, 2017.
Includes index (pages 343-372).
Avoid crushing fines and penalties from the IRS ; Create solid contracts with ICs ; Comply with state labor and antidiscrimination laws -- Cover.
Independent contractors (ICs) do every conceivable type of work―from accounting to web development, and “gig economy” websites make it easy to find and hire qualified ICs. Working with independent contractors saves your business money and gives you flexibility in hiring. But there are risks in trying to establish IC relationships. Simply calling a worker an independent contractor doesn’t make them so. This book shows you how to avoid mistakes that can lead to lawsuits or costly fines from the IRS and state agencies.
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