Working with independent contractors is not usually the same as working with employees and volunteers. Knowing what the law requires before hiring a contractor can help you manage your relationship later.
Practice risk management when hiring trustworthy and qualified contractors, because you are legally responsible for those you to whom you delegate authority.
Refer to these legal guidelines regarding the classification of an employee as an independent contractor for tax purposes.
Consult with an attorney verify that the relationship is truly an independent contractor relationship to determine whether your ministry should pay worker's compensation.
Use these three legal categories to help determine if your ministry could owe taxes or Workers' Compensation Benefits in connection with independent contractors.
Good plumbers can be found in every city in America. So how do you find one? This checklist will help you confidently interview candidates.
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