The 1099 Subcontractor

1099 Subcontractor

The Internal Revenue Service promulgates rules and regulations concerning the employment status of workers.  In general, workers are classed as W-2 employees and certain tests must be met to have the worker classed as a 1099 subcontractor.  All 1099 subcontractors should be issued a Form 1099 in January of each year for the prior calendar year of services.  This article describes the general tests that must be met for the worker to be considered a 1099 subcontractor.

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