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That doesn't make sense to me either. If I'm 1099 I'm
not an employee, I'm self-employed and a vendor, and
it makes no difference whether I'm a self-employed
vendor to "ABC Computer Software, Inc." or a
self-employed vendor to "XYZ Consultants, Inc."
The codes only apply to someone working W2.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Darcy Rumbold" <darcyrumbold -at- gmail -dot- com>
> The NACCB is an organization of recruiters - so it's not individuals
> work 1099, but it's consulting shops. Their bread and butter is
> consultants to clients and charging an overhead fee. The consultants
> usually 1099, therefore hourly and would have to be paid overtime at
> and a half. That was the whole problem behind AB60 - that it only
> for salaried workers to be exempt - not hourly workers.
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