A Collection of Web Pages About 1099 Employees
Going through this post, you can expect a collection of web pages I have selected related to 1099 Employees.
Before getting to the resource collection, here are a few brief points I’d like to mention about 1099 Employees.
You can think of a 1099 employee as someone that works for but as a sub-contractor. You are not liable for their taxes and benefits; you are paying them a set rate, and they file their own taxes.
You may use a 1099 employee for a one time project, and it’s done, which is a benefit over hiring an employee for a project.
What you need to keep in mind is even though you hire a sub-contractor, you can still be liable in case of someone being hurt on the job.
Each country, state, or province has different laws, and before you hire a sub-contractor, you want to make sure you have an understanding of the laws.
Now, To The Resources:
You’ll find a selection of hand-picked, articles, and resource pages provided by a variety of authors I wanted to include in this post that will give you a solid foundation regarding 1099 employees
This Post Includes The Following Sections:
- What Is a 1099 Employee?
- 1099 Employee Rules
- 1099 Employee Rights
- 1099 Employee Taxes
- 1099 Contractor Agreements
- 1099 Contractor Tax Calculators
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