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Hi everyone I'm attorney Aiden Kramer with the law office of Aiden Kramer in Colorado and you're watching all up in your business in this episode of all up in your business I'm going to talk about independent contractor agreements an independent contractor is anybody who performs a service for your business who's not an employee so when I work with businesses as the attorney I am a contractor if I hire a bookkeeper to work for me but not as an employee than they're my contractor so regardless of the service that's going to be performed by the contractor it's always a great idea to have something in writing that describes your relationship with the contractor and so I'm gonna walk through some of the important terms that you want to make sure are clarified in your agreement with your contractor first off obviously the agreement needs to describe what the contractor is going to be doing what service is the contractor performing next again pretty obvious payment how much is the contract are going to make what are you paying them when are you going to be paying them you also want to clarify in the agreement who's paying for expenses let's say you're hiring a designer to design your website who's going to be paying for licensing expenses for photos or hosting fees next you want to make sure the agreement specifies who owns what and this is huge in an independent contractor relationship just by default when you work with an independent contractor the contractor owns whatever it is the contractor creates so that web designer technically owns your website that they've created for you unless the contract says otherwise unless the contract says that it's a work-for-hire or there's some other language in the contract saying that you are going to own what the contractor creates because without that language in there the contractor is going to have ownership of it and that might not be what you want non-disclosure or confidentiality clauses are often an important provision and an independent contractor agreement if the contractor is going to be exposed to confidential information about your business like client lists financial information if that's stuff that you don't want out there in the public than having a confidentiality or non-disclosure agreement in your contractor agreement is going to be important because it says that the contractor can't disclose that confidential information and then of course the term and termination of the contract how long is this contract going to be effective as the contractor going to work for you for a year and then the contract terminates or is it indefinite and under what circumstances can either of you terminate the agreement if the contractor messes up and you don't like the work you might want to be able to terminate the agreement or if you don't pay your contractor is gonna want to terminate it in that case - it's also a good.