Re: "face time" at the office

Subject: Re: "face time" at the office
From: "Susan W Gallagher" <susanwg -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: "Pro TechWriter" <pro -dot- techwriter -at- gmail -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 11:26:40 -0700

It is definitely one of the twenty questions the IRS asks when making the
determination. There's a slick IRS brochure on the subject here:
and a nice summary as well as some useful insight here:

-Sue Gallagher

On 6/27/07, Pro TechWriter <pro -dot- techwriter -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> <snip>
> I am wondering, if you are a consultant on a 1099 basis, and the
> "client" says you must come to the office every day, will the IRS make a
> case for your employment coming under a "contracting" category, instead of
> an independent consultant? That also would mean the "client" would be
> liable
> for paying in Social Security for you, and providing a W2 at the end of
> the
> year, not a 1099.
> Does anyone know about this? It seems to me that this used to be true (you
> cannot be required to clock in at a client's site every day if you are
> 1009)
> but I am not sure if it is true in June 2007.

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