Your Opportunity to speak out on a number of topics such as healthcare, technology and taxes.
The National Association for the Self-Employed realizes that the most important aspect of advocating on behalf of the self-employed is listening to the true-life experiences of self-employed individuals like you. Therefore, the NASE has developed this area of the Legislative Action Center to allow you to tell us your micro-business story.
Worker Classification - Independent Contractor vs. Employee
Tuesday, August 04, 2009
In today's workplace, there has been an increasing emphasis on independent business relationships. More and more, independent entrepreneurs seek our individual contract, apply their expertise and move on to the next opportunity. The members of this new workforce are often described as Independent Contractors. If you utilized independent contractors, have you had problems with the IRS's unclear classification of an independent contractor? If so, how has it affected your business?