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April 2013

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Do You Make This Big Mistake with Your Independent Contractors?

Do you hire 1099 contractors?


Are they really 1099 contractors? If so, have you done the one thing you need to do to protect their 1099 status so you don’t get hit with payroll taxes and penalties?


If you failed this one thing, the IRS can reclassify your 1099 contractors as W-2 employees even when you have a good case for their 1099 contractor status.


This should scare you. Let’s review the Kurek case to see why.1


Mieczyslaw Kurek operated a construction business that ... Log in to view full article.

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