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As you begin your search for the perfect work from home job or gig, you’re likely to come across ads for both EMPLOYEE and INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR roles.
If you research companies that offer independent contractor opportunities, you may come across people who say, “This job is a scam! You have to pay for your own background check,” or, “This company charge for training – it’s definitely a scam!”
BUT WAIT! While the people making those comments may feel they are correct, those opinions often come from a lack of understanding of the difference between working as an EMPLOYEE and working as an INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR (or “freelancer”).
In the following video we’ll explore the differences, so you can make the choice that’s best for you.
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MODULE 1 LINKS & RESOURCES
If you’d like more detail directly from “the source,” the IRS website goes into great depth on employees vs. independent contractors.
You’ll also find a good article on the FindLaw.com site.
JUMP TO ANOTHER LESSON MODULE:
Module 2: Spotting Scams – Don’t Become a Victim
Module 3: Google Your Way to a Work from Home Job!
Module 10: Coming soon!