EXPECTED OUTCOME. RECOMMENDATION. BENEFITS: Reduced workload Increased market share Increased profitability. OVERALL EXPANSION Hiring more employees Shared workload. Consideration for HIRING NEW EMPLOYEES. Strategic Realignment Business Relationship Job Descriptions Funding
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Individual Contractors v. Employees
The IRS web site offers guidance on worker classification, tax benefits, and appropriate paperwork required for each job type at:
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IRS. (2010, August 20). Employee vs. Independent Contractor: Seven Tips for Business Owners. Retrieved from http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=173423,00.html