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Christine Mortensen

christine@sprk-d.com
Employee vs. Contractor

Whether you’re hiring full-time staff or freelancers, you need to know how to classify workers to the satisfaction of the IRS – or possibly pay for it later. Conversely, if you’re offered a job but the company insists on paying you as an Independent Contractor, you might be getting the short end of the employment stick.

This infographic highlights information that you need to know, whether you’re the one hiring workers or the one being hired. Additional information can be found if you follow the links at the bottom of the infographic.

Contractor vs Employee-Risks-and-Rewards Infographic
 
This article originally appeared on the WunderLand blog. Re-published with permission.
 

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