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> Ach! Are we talking "employee according to the IRS", or more generally in
> terms of employees as those who get most of "that which runs downhill?"
> I must have missed the day we discussed the heuristic for determining when I
> am treating myself as an employee.
As a contractor, who do you work for? Yourself, or the place at which
As a contractor, who pays your benefits? Yourself, or the place at
which you're contracting?
As a contractor, who has your professional interest in mind? Yourself,
or the place at which you're contracting?
I honestly didn't think this was as gray a subject as some are making
it out to be. If you're not an employee (either full or part time),
then you are a business partner.
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