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Contractor or Employee-Discover the differences 

Did you know by definition an independent contractor is a business?  

Well she is.  So the same deductions that apply to giant corporations like Wal-Mart, Apple, Staples, etc, apply to contractors.

Contractors can write-off miles driven to perform the work.  You can write-off cell phone because you need to be accessible to your clients and prospects.  If you have to travel for your services, you can claim that too.  ANYTHING related to providing your service.  And those expenses offset your 1099 amount dollar for dollar.

In our experience, it is incredibly easy to find 15,000 worth of expenses

The following is info taken off the IRS website in 2015.

Independent Contractor or Employee

For federal employment tax purposes, the usual common law rules are applicable to determine if a worker is an independent contractor or an employee. Under the common law, you must examine the relationship between the worker and the business. You should consider all evidence of the degree of control and independence in this relationship.


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