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The IRS has publications which list how to tell if you fit the "independent contractor" status under tax code or if you are dangerously near being classified as an employee. The type of business you are in would make a difference, is it typical for your type of business to be sole proprietor or are you on the edge?

I am trucking biz and drivers are treated by different companies as employees or independent contractors. The IRS targets our industry for audit. With justification I might add.

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