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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 8815 Liability

Instructions and Help about Can Form 8815 Liability

One of my general questions was previously about my arm pertaining to employment and income. I've had 1099 contracts as an independent contractor as a field engineer. I just started a new employer and they're sending me documents like the i9, state forms, and a w-4 form. My question was how would I be able to proceed forward with educating the account manager with the information that you educate everyone with in regards to law and enzyme? Okay, now you told me a couple of different things. You said you get 1099, but then you call your employer. So if you are 1099, you're an independent contractor, right? Well, I just started a new job and this new company has sent me some forms like the i-9 form, which I guess is for a Homeland Security background check. They also sent me state withholding allowances and a w-4 form. The i-9 form is a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services form used to verify an employee's identity and eligibility to work in the United States. But employees who are not 1099 do not have to fill out the i-9 form because they're not employed to begin with, right? That's what I'm familiar with. But with this new place of employment that I'm starting to work for, they're requesting me to fill out a w-4 form. Okay, so you were a 1099 independent contractor and now this new company wants to hire you as an employee and they want you to fill out the w-4 form, correct? Got it. Now I understand that issue. Now, my friend, how would I be able to continue to consider myself an independent contractor or at least receive compensation for my time and experience without filing these forms? Have them hire you as an independent contractor...