-The extent of the principal's control over the performance of services; -Whether the worker is engaged in a separately established business; -Whether the work is done under the supervision of the principal; -The degree of skill required in performing the services; -Which party provides the tools, equipment and place of work; -The method of payment, whether by time, a piece rate or by the job; -Whether or not the work is part of the regular business of the principal; -The length of time and whether the performance is an isolated event or continuous in nature.
Employees: Employers must have all "Employees" complete federal form W-4 in order to obtain their Social Security Numbers for periodic employment reporting purposes (i.e. W-2's). Independent Contractors: It is generally a good idea to have all "Independent Contractors" provide their Tax Identification Numbers to you on federal form W-9 prior to the end of the year, so annual information returns (i.e. 1099's) can be filed on a timely basis.
THIS IS A PARTIAL LIST OF THE INFORMATION REGARDING EMPLOYEES vs. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS.
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