The following is only Hear say.
Originally Posted by zturncutter
Simply go down and file for unemployment compensation, that will get things started.
A 1099 subcontractor must supply his own transportation and tools. If he drives/rides in the company truck and uses company tools, he is an employee not a sub contractor. Employees must have workers comp and pay taxes & SS.
1099 subcontractors must also pay SS & Taxes.
Under Fla Chapter 482, Commercial Pest Control company can not 1099 any employee. If I so much as hire a spray hose puller for a day, I must put him on the books and take taxes out of his pay. This is one of the way the State is finding Rent A Licenses.