October 1, 1993
Be sure your salon is in compliance with the IRS’s rules; salon owners who’ve incorrectly classified workers as independent contractors can be liable for back taxes, penalties, and fines.
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.
February 1, 1991
The first thing you should know about the difference between being an employee and being an independent contractor is that the choice may not be up to you. Stay on the right side of the law ... and the IRS.
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