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Employee vs Independent Contractor - (2 CE)

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Employee vs Independent Contractor

IRS Program Number: X9QQU-T-00777-21-O/S
CE: 2
Speaker: Allan J. Reynolds, EA

One of the more perplexing and problematic concepts to comprehend under federal tax law is the Employee v. Independent Contractor debate. It is critical for businesses to occasionally review the category of its workers to see if they are properly classified.

Furthermore, we will discuss the Volunteer Classification Settlement Program (VCSP). The VCSP is a little known program that may be the right choice to get your client into compliance with treating their workers as employees. Learn about the process, how to qualify for the program, and discover the significant tax savings that will benefit your client.

Do not miss this one of kind unique course to assist you in understanding this perplexing topic.

Learning Objectives

  • Distinguish between an independent contractor and an employee
  • Explain the three categories of Control Factors
  • Calculate penalties for misclassifying workers.
  • Apply rules to taxpayers in various occupations
  • Analyze Section 530 Relief under the Revenue Act of 1978
  • Interpret the Volunteer Classification Settlement Program (VCSP)
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