August 4, 2015
Handling everything from accounting and payroll to insurance and legal contracts, theHRsalon helps owners run successful businesses, while avoiding the potential for legal risks.
March 17, 2015
Laws concerning tips, taxes, and technicians can get confusing. Take this quick test to see if you’re operating on the right side of the law.
November 17, 2014
We typically break down our working status into three categories: employee, booth renter, and independent contractor. It’s a wise business owner who understands how the IRS determines exactly which is which in their eyes.
January 1, 2005
Whether it’s working in a home-based salon, a nails-only or full service salon, or a day spa, every nail technician has a definite opinion on where a nail professional can be most successful.
March 1, 2000
Call your business what you like, but when it comes time to determine whether you’re an employee or a true booth renter or independent contractor (yes, there is a slight difference), it’s up to the IRS to decide.
May 1, 1998
Which kind of nail technicians make a more profitable, client-driven salon—employees or booth renters? Not surprisingly, the answer depends on who you ask.
September 1, 1995
When it comes to watertight lease agreements, details is better than brevity. A well-inclusive lease is your best bet for basic protection.
February 1, 1995
You’re playing with fire of you are trying to get away with classifying legitimate employees as independent contractors. If you are unclear on how to classify your workers, talk to an attorney – today.
January 1, 1992
I suspect that many nail technicians who classify themselves as “independent contractors” may not be at all. I urge salon owners and booth renters to take a closer look at their situation before the IRS decides to take a closer look.
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