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IC versus employee - IRS - me1

Posted: Sep 3rd, 2019 - 1:07 pm In Reply to: Pay & Benefits - BH

Most of us should be employees, not IC, regardless of the trend. The IRS has specific rules. As an IC you do not get minimum wage, overtime, PTO, worker's comp, health insurance, unemployment benefits, etc. and you have to pay all of your social security. That is fine if you are truly an IC and in the "old days" used to get paid more for being an IC. You can look at the IRS list that determines if you are IC, we are NOT. There is a form you can fill out AND NOT BE IDENTIFIED to the employer at the IRS, it is form 3949-A - suspected tax fraud. They need to fix this. We should all be employees. There is also a form you can file with your taxes that says you think you were misclassified and should not have to pay your social security tax.


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