All this year i worked for one employer who paid me cash all year..so im getting a 1099 to do my taxes..I made 41,200 this year working for them...they also gave me a letter as proof of employment saying that im a subcontractor working for them, However i dnt consider myself a contractor..I only deliver materials..they provide the truck and the equipment. .would this be an issue or is it ok to send my 1099 and letter to nvc?
Aside from any employment issues, the question regarding NVC is that you can send your 1099 in addition to sending your tax returns. Just sending the 1099 is not enough.
My initital question is whether you worked overtime for these individuals? If so, you may have a claim against them for non-payment of overtime, as it seems as thoughly they likely designated you as an independent contractor to get out of paying taxes and you overtime.
You're going to want to talk to an employment attorney in person about these issues. Sounds like you should have been classified as an employee. Now you will be stuck paying self-employment taxes.
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