Legal Advice for Self Employment — 43 results
Written by attorney David Alan Karas, about 4 years ago.
AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR DEFENSE COUNSEL REGARDING SELF INSURED OR LARGE DEDUCTIBLE WORKERS' COMPENSATION PROGRAMS
guidelines and instructions contained... more
Written by attorney Diane Wiscarson, over 3 years ago.
Am I required/ How much am I required to tell an employer about my
The information you must
disclose to an employer is dependent on whether you will need accommodations
Written by attorney Henry Lively, over 2 years ago.
The FICA and Self employment tax rates are in for 2012. The only unknown at this time is whether the employee share of FICA (Social Security) will be reduced for 2012 as it was for 2011.... more
Written by attorney Marilynn Spencer, about 2 years ago.
Who controls your work?The general rule is that a person is an independent contractor if the employer has the right to control or direct the RESULTS of the work but not HOW the work is done... more
Written by attorney Byron Sanford, over 4 years ago.
Conusult with an epxerienced, qualified attorney on a regualr basis. Note that a “self-check” such as this is not a substitute for getting regular advice from a qualified attorney, but it... more
Written by attorney Ellen Gregory, over 3 years ago.
In Indiana, a member of the regulated community (including large and small businesses and employers) may voluntarily report violations of environmental regulations to IDEM. In exchange, if... more
Written by attorney Jacob Sapochnick, over 3 years ago.
One industry that has seen a rise of available jobs is the hospitality industry in the US, primarily hotels and Restaurants. Although many Hospitality workers wait months or even years for... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, about 4 years ago.
We have developed a technique based on a proposed IRS regulation that
allows for the bifurcation of the LLC interest, whereby each owner
would own a managing member, and a member (... more
Written by attorney Richard E. Clark, over 3 years ago.
Law Office of Richard E. Clark handles all types of serious personal injury
claims on a contingency fee basis, meaning you dont pay attorneys fees until... more
Written by attorney Amanda Deering, about 3 years ago.
Under California Labor Code 3550, nearly all California employers must post a notice that includes the following:
The name of the employers current workers compensation carrier or,