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Of course, the process would be somewhat adversarial in nature - if my daughter was in fact an employee, the school would have to cough up the missing federal payments. We decided not to pursue it, since daughter wanted to stay on good terms with school. So she paid SE taxes out of earnings, and said that she would get her status straightened out first if she worked for the school again. So there is a way to contest this - but be advised that you may be sort of burning bridges behind you...

Which is why I asked the question. I'm not opposed to letting sleeping dogs lie if I'm not the one that might get bit and I thought that others might feel the same way.
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