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OOPs, I didn't read enough of your question so made a dumb answer regarding this in my first post. The other posts seem right on. I do know that if you are involved in the same status with more than one co. and use only your own office, phones, vehicles, etc. and have "clear" separation (different name, biz cards,etc.)from the contracting entity, it makes sense. Invoice the co. for services in your co. name for payment also rather than accept a payroll check & bill for detailed expenses by invoice just like any service may help if it comes to any problem and you can't afford to incorporate. Also read all the IRS rules as they change from time to time in this area.
There are acceptable types of independants. Good luck.
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