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Old 03-28-2012, 11:46 AM
BestImpressions99 BestImpressions99 is offline
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Well the question you have to ask yourself is whether you're going to hire a subcontractor (1099, no workmans comp or taxes needed) or do you want a legitimate employee.

If you want a legitimate employee you need to become licensed and insured, then you need workmans comp. I agree with McFarland, let you accountant or business help do the paperwork.
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