Independent Contractor or Employee?

Dunlap, Mary; Girvin, Debra M.
July 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2009 Solutions, p14
Academic Journal
The article discusses several factors for businesses to consider in the employment of an independent contractor or employee. It explores on the aspects about these impendent contractors or an employee, considering their responsibilities in the business and the law. It also accounts how these contractors may held beneficial in financial planning practices, considering the tough economic times. In relation to hiring or employing independent contractors or employee, the author highlights the need for businesses to regard the significance of weighing their pros and cons, defining them and classifying them correctly.


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