1099s and Contract Workers: What You Need to Know

Join us for a live webinar

WEDNESDAY, January 15, 2020 | 1:00 PM CT

Flurry of 1099 documents

Tax Season is Upon Us

Did you know there’s a tax deadline coming up in January? Yep, 1099s must be sent to all your company’s contractors by January 31st. In this webinar, we’ll be talking about: the differences between employees and contractors, how to file 1099s, and common mistakes to avoid.

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Employee vs. Contractor

How your workers are classified matters, especially when it comes to taxes. But there are big differences between employees and contractors beyond whether or not they’re on the payroll.

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Your 1099 Questions Answered

Who needs a 1099? When are they due? We’ve got the answers to all of your 1099-related questions.

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Pitfalls to Avoid

Making mistakes on your 1099s can be costly. We’ll cover common mistakes businesses make—and how you can avoid them this January. 

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