Legal Advice for Independent Contractor — 97 results
Written by attorney Scott M. Behren, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
The Federal Government and President Obama have announced that they with the IRS will be cracking down on enforcement of employers that misclassify their employees as 1099 independent... more
Written by attorney Avery N Crossman, about 4 years ago.
Who Decides What An Independent Contractor Is? Many times people call me and tell me that their employer told them that they were an independent contractor and therefore not entitled to... more
Written by attorney John Fazzio, about 1 year ago.
A Major Payroll Problem That Arises is the Mis-Classification of an Employee
Written by attorney Anthony Perez, over 1 year ago.
Often, employers classify their workers as independent contractor without knowing what that really means. However, the government has a very good idea about what it means. If the... more
Written by attorney Charles Watson, almost 2 years ago.
Determining the differences, or
If it looks like a duck, and it quacks like a duck...
Are you working 60 hours a week, but not getting overtime?
Have you been working for the same... more
Written by attorney Michael Hoffmann, almost 2 years ago.
Q: Who is an independent contractor, or an employee? (If you're an owner-operator, seeWHO CAN CLAIM IOWA BENEFITS.)
A: It depends.(This might hurt less if you think along the lines of Jeff... more
Written by attorney Christopher Palmer, almost 2 years ago.
I. General Overview
In Oregon, determining whether a person is an independent contractor or employee can be confusing. The Oregon Legislature attempted to provide clarity by requiring... more
Written by attorney Alicia Rae Levy, almost 3 years ago.
Determining the relationship
Hiring employees versus using independent contractors gives the employer different rights and responsibilities. With an employee the employer must do things... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, almost 3 years ago.
In California, any business that pays an independent contractor is required to report the existence of a contract by completing EDD Form DE 542, "Report of Independent Contractors", either... more
Written by attorney Andrew Legrand, almost 3 years ago.
One of the first questions you have to answer when hiring someone is whether that person will be classified as an employee or independent contractor. Many business owners think that by... more