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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    Many years ago there was a like button on this forum. They did away with it like many forums did. Now that being said, it seems to me that you are accusing me of trolling when in fact your post is...
  2. Thread: Subcontracting

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    Re: Subcontracting

    You have nothing. Your wasting my time. You don't comprehend what a subcontractor is. verses an IC. It is that simple.
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    Re: Zero Property Line in HOA Community

    With a zero property line, isn't your property also on the same plot of land as your neighbor? Do you have the upstairs unit? Isn't the land under the unit owned by both of you?

    Is there...
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    Re: Gift Appropriateness

    If you go back and look, it was not I that raised the issue of the cost of the gift. To me, $50 is not a lot to spend on a necklace and earrings or on a nice cactus plant or a gift card by today's...
  5. Thread: Subcontracting

    by budwad
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    Re: Subcontracting

    What you posted here is pretty much what is called the ABC test that most states have adopted to determine if someone is misclassified as an IC when they are in fact employees. It is not new.
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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    What a cop out that is.
  7. Re: Followup Thought I Purchased a Townhome with a Detached Garage

    I think that it is relatively ease to find out if the seller held title to the garage or not when it was listed by the selling agent. The agent didn't do that. That might be negligence that is...
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    Re: Gift Appropriateness

    I'm not trying to bust your *ss (maybe I am) but, I think you get my point. So a tie is not a come-on but cufflinks are? :friendly_wink: You can pay over a $100.00 or $200 for a tie these days.
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  9. Thread: Subcontracting

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    Re: Subcontracting

    You go to the local mattress store to buy a new mattress. You sign a contract for the purchase. The store has an IC that delivers mattresses for them. Now you are saying that because you signed a...
  10. Re: Followup Thought I Purchased a Townhome with a Detached Garage

    How about just telling us what state this is happening in? Then I can search the common law and see if there are cases that are on point to your situation.
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    Re: Gift Appropriateness

    Why didn't the girl refuse the gift when presented if she felt the way she did? What she should have done if she later felt the way she did is to return the gift to OP and not bring this into the...
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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    I agree with eerelations. An account making over $23,600 per year are exempt employees for both the salary based and duties based tests of the FLSA.

    You can read a summery of the tests here.
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  13. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Pension Company Says Designated Beneficiary is Not Due Payout

    Or maybe he meant 2016 or 2017. You know what they say about assume. To assume makes an Ass of u and me.
  14. Thread: Subcontracting

    by budwad
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    Re: Subcontracting

    Perhaps not.



    It depends on what is being provided and what industry you are speaking about and who is the principal. If you want to speak of the construction industry then you can call the...
  15. Thread: Subcontracting

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    Re: Subcontracting

    I'll say it again. You are incorrect. The companies that OP hires are independent contractors. The people that the independent contractors hire work for the IC. They are employees of the IC.

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  16. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Pension Company Says Designated Beneficiary is Not Due Payout

    There is something wrong with your dates. She couldn't have passed on 12/13/19 because this is only 10/11/19. When did she sign the papers to receive a lump sum payment? It could not have been...
  17. Re: Followup Thought I Purchased a Townhome with a Detached Garage

    I have to disagree with you that the seller's agent has no duty to the buyer.

    The OP (as far as I have looked) did not tell us what state this is happening in. But a case law search of all the...
  18. Thread: Subcontracting

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    Re: Subcontracting

    You have it backwards. It's Budwad.

    So what do you think an entity in business is? You posted it. There are many places that define an IC as a person or entity. The businesses that OP hires...
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    Re: Subcontracting

    You can disagree all you want but you are still incorrect.
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    Re: Subcontracting

    You are incorrect. OP operates his company and hires individually owned companies (that may be sole proprietorships, partnerships, or other corporations that he/she contracts with to do the work. ...
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    Social Security Issues: Re: Working After Filing at 62

    What is your full retirement age?

    The earnings cap is annual (not monthly) so if you don't make the cap in the year you started to collect, your SS will not be reduced. So you can make $12,040....
  22. Thread: Subcontracting

    by budwad
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    Re: Subcontracting

    I agree that it sounds like you have it correct. Do you have signed IC contracts signed by the owners of these companies and do you send out a 1099 forms to them?
  23. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Pension Company Says Designated Beneficiary is Not Due Payout

    I'm not so sure I agree with the previous responses until I know how old was your mother when she died and how long before she died did she request and sign the payout forms.
  24. Behavior Regulation: Re: On the Legality of Employer Mandated Microchipping

    Tell me how an employer implants a chip without the employee's permission. What content am I missing?
  25. Behavior Regulation: Re: On the Legality of Employer Mandated Microchipping

    How exactly would that work? They tie the employee down and insert the device? Do you see how ridiculous that statement is?
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