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Here's the situation about my ex: He's a green card holder who met a man and collaborated with him for a few freelance graphic work each paychecks being worth $200 (in total of $600 which was paid to me ex), but my ex was not officially hired in terms of filling out an application or signing anything with that man. Just simply doing a few freelance work design through photoshop and getting those 3 paychecks. So is there anything illegal with this scenario in terms of not getting deducted for taxes....or if the employer does not deduct any taxes from the person who does a brief work for him, is accepted and up the the wishes of the employer. It's just this tax scenario that I do not know if is wrong or not. If it is wrong, who is in fault in this...I really need help in this
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