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Independent Contractor, tax issues

Old May 27th 2012, 2:08 pm
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Originally Posted by Michael View Post
Or there is also the possibility that Silicon Valley high tech companies work differently than oil/power/gas companies. Many things are done differently and seem to be a lot looser in the Silicon Valley.
I know folks in various parts of the country who contract as well, some are required to be S corp and have liability, others aren't. Liability is a must for some if they are dealing with hardware in case of loss or theft of dev kits and pre-launch hardware.

All ranging from working for small to massive companies and other third parties.

Nothing really to do with SV being looser or not.
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