I work short assignments at hospitals.Often, they DO NOT want me to be their "employee", as this meansa. they are legally responsible for my actionsb. various headaches such as with-holding, FICA contributions,etc.c. including me in certain benefits (health, etc) other employees receiveSo they simply give me a "Form 1099", upon completion of the assignment, which lists the agreed upon payment; e.g., if it is $100/hour, and I work 10 hours, it is for $1,000.Period. No dedcutions, etc.Simpler, and less paperwork, accounting, and liability on their part.RJB
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