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  1. Classification of Workers: Re: At What Point Would Our Contractor Be an Employee, Are We Pushing a Limit [Nc]

    I had actually thought about that a little bit as well. It would seem that with the way IC's work, the IC's name would be on the receipt. But from my research I understood that our name would be on...
  2. Classification of Workers: Re: At What Point Would Our Contractor Be an Employee, Are We Pushing a Limit [Nc]

    Thank you, that 20 point checklist made things a little bit more clear to me.


    The LLC owner does not strictly perform the same duties as an IC, and the main goal is that he will cease to once we...
  3. Classification of Workers: Re: At What Point Would Our Contractor Be an Employee, Are We Pushing a Limit [Nc]

    So the first thing that I will say is that right now we are not doing most of the things I mentioned. The only thing we are doing right now is the phone thing and the bank card thing. The point of...
  4. Classification of Workers: Re: At What Point Would Our Contractor Be an Employee, Are We Pushing a Limit [Nc]

    Interesting, thanks for the response! If we give a contractor a tool to complete a job, and then the contractor brings back the tool immediately after, does that potentially produce the same problem?...
  5. Classification of Workers: At What Point Does an Indpendent Contractor Become an Employee

    My question involves business law in the state of: North Carolina.

    Hello everyone,

    I am starting a business with a partner and we have just formed an LLC, and opened up a bank account.

    Our...
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