This is your complete guide to hiring independent contractors to meet your business needs, from making sure you comply with state labor and antidiscrimination laws to protecting your intellectual property to drafting and signing agreements. Working With Independent Contractors also has everything you need to know to make sure that any independent contractor you hire is not considered your employee. Lawsuits in this area are very expensive. This book educates employers about how to hire employees legally, without risking legal trouble. With this book you can avoid misclassifying workers and learn how to: - create a valid contract - assess who qualifies as an independent contractor, and - handle an IRS audit Includes all the legal forms you need, all forms are now downladable at nolo.com.How to Avoid Backup Withholding Ita#39;s very easy to avoid backup withholding. ... Ifyou are unable to obtain an ICa#39;s taxpayer ID number or the IRS informs you that the number the IC gave you is incorrect, youa#39;ll have to do backup withholding.
|Title||:||Working With Independent Contractors|
|Publisher||:||Nolo - 2014-07-01|