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But we have the independent contractor or the employee it's really a question so really the starting point is who's on your property who comes onto your property and actually works on your property who do you 1099 you familiar with that term 1099 if you pay someone with six hundred dollars or more you actually have to submit that to the IRS so really that's the start of it we start talking about 1099 s the first thing that that I would do in an audit is I would go we'll just show me your 1099 list and let's take a look at in 1099 and then let's start going through each person on your 1099 list and let's talk about are they here you know doing work really gets down to who has the right of control so do cover the person comes out of the property and then you know and is doing work for you is that person being supervised is there disciplinary actions that you know that can't take place it really - when we talk about independent contractors we're looking at we're looking at this this falling under two different violations potential violations one is with the DL SC so I mean we have the labor standards enforcement of California they make sure that labor standards are enforced and then we have the other with the EDD which is the Employment Development Department which essentially is concerned with employee related taxes payroll taxes so the do I see the the labor standards update they they care about wage and hour issues how are you treating this person in terms of wage and hour and then the EDD which is concerned with well we just care about the money it tastes on payroll taxes so I don't care if you're violating wage now I want to know if you're you're paying your fair share of payroll taxes so both will danger I mean go and this is a very common area that that I see I worked with an organization they paid a cleaning service to come in and to clean the property it was one individual they had a big building and they just needed it clean and so they worked out a schedule with the person the person came on the property cleaning the facility a per the instruction of a supervisor that was there and created a schedule for them on how to do it and provided all of the tools all of the equipment for the person so really if I have this person I'm driving up I parked the car and get out and I'm going to work there's no contract here or something that says what what I'm doing you know and so I come in and this person was either 1099 list I go tell me about this this person well I don't see like a business name that's usually one key thing or do they have.

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Why does our customer need us to pra W-9 form?
Why is my customer asking for Form W-9?An entity (“the payer”) that makes payments in the normal course of their business is required to report certain specific payments to both the IRS and to the person or entity paid (“the vendor”) at the end of each year. This is typically done using Form 1099. The IRS calls this “Information Reporting” and the process is similar to the way that employers report wages on Form W-2.Therefore, when the payment for a product or service is required to be reported on Form 1099, the payer must have the vendor’s taxpayer identification number (TIN). The TIN is the way the IRS identifies the vendor in their records. The TIN is typically a social security number (SSN) or an employer identification number (EIN).When the IRS receives the payment information on Form 1099 they compare that information to the income the vendor reported on their income tax return. If the vendor’s tax return does not include all the payments reported on Form 1099 then the IRS will likely take steps to determine why all income earned was not reported.Consequence of not submitting a W-9If the payer does not receive a TIN number from the vendor, the payer will not be able to specifically identify the vendor on Form 1099. The IRS will then require the payer to reduce their payment to the vendor by 24% and remit this amount to the IRS (See our blog on backup withholding).The IRS will hold the payer responsible for this 24% if they don’t obtain the TIN number or withhold 24%. Additional penalties and interest could also be assessed on top of the 24%. Therefore, most payers put procedures in place to obtain the vendor’s TIN number in advance of making any payment. Requesting Form W-9 to be completed is the standard process that the IRS has created for payers to obtain the TIN number.CONCLUSION: Vendors are not required to submit a Form W-9, however, the likely result would be a 24% reduction in the payment to them by their customer.Examples of Information ReturnsExamples of information returns that use information from Form W-9 include, but are not limited to, the following:• Form 1099-INT (interest earned or paid)• Form 1099-DIV (dividends, including those from stocks or mutual funds)• Form 1099-MISC (various types of income, prizes, awards, or gross proceeds)• Form 1099-B (stock or mutual fund sales and certain other transactions by brokers)• Form 1099-S (proceeds from real estate transactions)• Form 1099-K (merchant card and third-party network transaction)• Form 1098 (home mortgage interest), 1098-E (student loan interest), 1098-T (tuition)• Form 1099-C (canceled debt)• Form 1099-A (acquisition or abandonment of secured property)Use Form W-9 only if you are a U.S. person (including a resident alien), to pryour correct TIN.For more information on Form W-9 visit our blog at https://www.w9manager.com.
How do you fill out a W2 tax form if I'm an independent contractor?
Thanks for asking.If you are asking how to report your income as an independent contractor, then you do not fill out a W-2. You will report your income on your federal tax return on Schedule C which will have on which you list all of your non-employee income and associated expenses. The resulting net income, transferred to Schedule A is what you will pay self-employment and federal income tax on. If this too confusing, either get some good tax reporting software or get a tax professional to help you with it.If you are asking how to fill out a W-2 for someone that worked for you, either get some good tax reporting software or get a tax professional to help you with it.This is not tax advice, it is only my opinion on how to answer this question.
What are some good places for independent contractors to fill out taxes online?
If you were simply filing employment income I would entirely agree with Ms. King’s response. Congratulations you are officially an entrepreneur! Considering only 5% of taxpayers are successful in venturing out on their own on the first try, you have a steep learning curve ahead. As you have been operating as a contractor your tax situation is now more complex.If you have access to a professional for advice, you might try doing it yourself via TurboTax. But I would counsel against that as, in all probability, you are not intimately familiar with the ins-and-outs of what you may or may not deduct as legitimate expenses, and how to compile your information in a manner that meets the reporting and organizational requirements of record keeping (as well as how to store and keep those records according to the Income Tax Act.It might cost a bit more initially to find a compatible tax preparer, I think it worth it the long run. I highly recommend it, especially if you find someone who will represent you for the year not just to prepare your taxes for that year. Build a relationship, just as you should do with your bank, its essential to your success.
To what extent are independent contractor agreement contracts of adhesion?
Independent contractor agreements are not inherently contracts of adhesion.However, as is the case with any other type of agreement, if there is a substantial disparity of bargaining power, an independent contractor agreement can be a contract of adhesion.For example, I have reviewed, on behalf of several of my service-provider clients, Google’s and Microsoft’s independent contractor agreements. Google and Microsoft do not negotiate the terms of those agreements. So, in effect, those are contracts of adhesion. If my client wants to do business with one of those companies, my client must agree to those terms.Those companies will, though, permit - to a limited extent - additional or different terms in a Statement of Work under the agreement. This means that, in each case, my client has been able to specify, in the SOW, changes that made the terms work for my client.Finally, I will note that although Google and Microsoft insist on their standard terms, those terms are not terribly one-sided. Those companies apparently want to protect themselves, but not overly burden their procurement processes.
Where can I find a good sample of an independent contractor agreement form?
I would say your best bet is one of two things.One-find a good business law attorney who either drafts them and sells them on their website (something I will be doing in the future) and buy one from them. OR hire them to do yours specifically for you so you can be 100% sure you are getting what you need. I see you have some very specific details you need included, and that is great that you know what you want to protect!! That said, working one on one with an attorney for something like this can be super beneficial for you. It won’t be cost prohibitive and likely the attorney (like I would do) will give you one that can be used again, and tailored for each situation you need to use it in.Two- do your research and draft one for yourself. This one is a little less ideal, however since you seem to know what you are looking for it is likely you can draft one up for yourself. I wrote an article on independent contractor agreements and I think it might help you out, check it out here- Independent Contractor or Employee? The Difference, and Why You Should Care | Montgomery Law, PLLC I would say check the IRS website for what helps sway the courts in the direction of independent contractors, and how to protect yourself and your business!!I hope this was helpful!Feel free to email me at shannon@montgomerypllc.com if you have more questions! Or find me on my website at Home | Montgomery Law, PLLC or even on IG at MontgomeryLawPllc that is where I spend the most time giving out information and helping where I can!Please note that none of the above is to be considered legal advice nor has an attorney client relationship been created. I do not know you or your situation and I have not been retained as your counsel. This is merely meant as some general legal knowledge.
Does a NAFTA TN Management consultant in the U.S. still need to fill out an i-9 form even though they are an independent contractor?
Yes.You must still prove work authorization even though you are a contractor. You will fill out the I9 and indicate that you are an alien authorized to work, and prthe relevant details of your TN visa in support of your application.Hope this helps.
Is a non-compete agreement enforceable with an independent contractor?
The real question is whether or not one's status as an independent contractor is dispositive and renders a non-compete agreement entirely unenforceable.  The answer is no.  There is no definitive rule that an independent contractor can never be subject to a non-compete agreement.  The first question is what law applies?  Is it Florida law? Texas law? Washington law?  Non-compete law varies tremendously from one state to another.  But under the law of most states, if the non-compete would be enforceable against an employee, then it would also be enforceable against an independent contractor.  Trust me, I get the logic and the common sense:  Independent contractors shouldn't have non-compete agreements because they should be, you know, independent and free to do other business, service other clients, etc.  But this raises more of a misclassification issue than an issue re non-compete enforceability.  The best rule of thumb:  If the agreement would be enforceable against an employee (to protect a legitimate business interest, e.g., confidential information or customer relationships), then its probably enforceable against an independent contractor as well. 
As an independent contractor, do I still need to submit a 1040 if I filled out a 1099 for my payer?
You did not “fill out a 1099.” The businesses that paid you may be required to pryou with a Form 1099-MISC documenting how much you were paid. A copy of that goes to the IRS and possibly your state Department of Revenue and they will be looking for that income on your tax return.The law requires you to keep accurate business records and to use those records to prepare and file your tax returns. Use any 1099s as a sanity check that the numbers are correct and get them corrected if they are not.As a self-employed business, you file a Form 1040 return and attach Schedule C to report the business revenue and expenses. If the net profit is $400 or more, you attach Schedule SE to figure the 15.3% self-employment tax.From the way that your question is worded, you need professional assistance and you need it now. Find a CPA or EA who can get you on track.
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