Employee Classification: Independent
Contractor Vs. Employee Webinar - Human Resources Training Webinar
The wrong answer could cost you thousands.
Make sure you’re classifying correctly or risk huge penalties.
Back taxes ... IRS penalties ... unexpected unemployment ... or workers’
compensation claims — there are tons of hidden costs associated with
You’re probably no stranger to the confusion that comes with classifying
employees as independent contractor or employee. You also know there’s a huge
difference from a legal perspective — especially when the laws and regulations
can vary from situation to situation. It can be a real nightmare.
Join us for this one-hour webinar and learn everything you need to know to
correctly classify workers.
A Look At Your Agenda:
- Is the worker an independent contractor,
common-law employee, statutory employee, or statutory nonemployee? We’ll
define them for you
- Common Law Test or the ABC Test of control and
independence — which applies to you? We’ll tell you
- Does your state follow the ABC Test in
determining your business relationship with an individual not on your payroll?
Find out here
- The IRS W-9 form you should always get from an
- Proving the person is an independent
contractor — we’ll explain how you do it
- What you MUST know about the 3 criterion the
IRS uses to establish levels of independence and control
- Two forms of payment that will cause an IRS
audit of your business relationships: what they are and how to justify them
- Why a written independent contractor agreement
might not be worth the paper it’s written on
Webinar Time: Webinars last 60-90 minutes
Q & A Session!
Upon enrolling in the webinar, you will have the opportunity to submit your
questions via e-mail. Time permitting, your trainer will address questions from
webinar participants. Many questions will be addressed in the Webinar itself.
Others will be addressed in the supporting materials that will be available
exclusively to webinar participants.
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