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Contractor management posts including guides to misclassification, disguised employment, payments and more

How to Avoid Contractor Misclassification

As the nature of work and the workplace evolves, an increasing number of people are opting out of regular employment and joining the “gig economy.” 

Independent Contractor vs Employee: What’s the Difference?

How you classify your workers matters — fact. Companies that are mis-classifying contractors have been facing steep fines.  If you’re wondering what the differences are

Independent Contractor vs Sole Proprietor: Differences & Similarities

Self-employed workers usually fall under one of two categories: independent contractors or sole proprietors. In some cases, a worker could wear both hats at the

Are You Unwittingly Contributing to Disguised Employment?

Hiring abroad is full of pitfalls to watch out for, and disguised employment is one of the largest. If you opt for a contractor arrangement
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W9 vs W8
Contractor Management

What is the Difference Between W-9 vs W-8 Forms

Understand the distinctions and similarities between W8 & W9 tax forms, as well as how to fill them out. This
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1099-MISC vs 1099-NEC: Differences and Instructions

Your coworkers finally found a freelancer or independent contractor to perform the work they need. As a finance manager, you’ll
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A statutory employee
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What Is a Statutory Employee 

A statutory employee is considered a contractor in some aspects and an employee in others. Here is the full meaning
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1099 vs W2 employees
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The Difference between 1099 vs W-2 Employee

The comparison between 1099 worker, and a W2 employee. An independent contractor isn’t a full-time employee.
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What is Form 1096 – An Employer’s Instructions  

Internal Revenue Service Form 1096 is used by companies in the U.S. to summarize the information returns of seven different
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