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The real bottom line here is that IRS would like to see NO self employed people so they have withheld taxes and the payroll tax load. Since you work for your corporation which pays you a salary and the appropriate payroll taxes, you are not self employed and then IRS is happy. One corporation is not in a position to judge the employees of another corporation by IRS' 20 question criteria. These questions were designed to judge Self Employed persons contracting out to other businesses.
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