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Independent Contractor or Employee?
A worker has his own registered business, obtained his own licenses to perform the work contracted for, and will use his own tools. This means that he is an independent contractor. True or False?
True. The fact that he has officially registered his own business, has obtained his own licenses, and uses his own tools is proof that he is not an employee; rather, he is an independent contractor.
False. He must first register as an independent contractor with his local government.
False. More information about the worker’s relationship with the company must be provided in order to make the determination.
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