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I started working for a Start-up 6 months months ago. My employer hasn't had me fill out any paperwork. As filing taxes nears, my employer wants to treat me as a 1099 (thats what his accountant told him). Without getting into too much detail, I know I am not an independent contractor. I have to travel, I'm listed on our companies site as an employee, and I have every-day customer related tasks to complete. Talking to investors/people, he refers to me as our only employee. I get paid by company check and he doesn't with-hold taxes. I have been putting money aside, knowing I will owe the IRS money. How do I protect my own ass and what do you recommend I ask my employer. I am frustrated with his management and will probably leave the company soon. What should I ensure before I leave. Thanks!