Independent Contractor Vs. Employee: What's The Difference?
By Jennifer Barnes, Founder & CEO
If your business hires independent contractors on a regular basis as part of your normal business operations, then you are going to want to make sure that your worker classifications are correct. This can seem like a daunting task once you start to look through all of the federal and state determination requirements for classification as a contractor (Form 1099-MISC) versus employee (Form W-2), and the fact that federal and state requirements can also contradict each other can make it an even larger issue.
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