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>>Can someone explain the tax implications that arise if I'm contracting
>>company (getting $x an hour) and I have other writers that I farm work
>>(at $x-10 or 20 an hour)?
>>I'd like to not have to worry about helping the people working for me
Ask a lawyer. What might apply here in Utah might not apply where you are.
You also might be liable for problems caused by thouse you hire. I am sure
there is a way to stay safe, but talk to a lawyer first.