Avoid Misclassification Mishaps with Your Contingent Workforce

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Do you know the difference between a W-2, 1099 and a Corp-to-Corp classified contingent employee? If your answer is “no”, then you’re likely at risk of serious legal and financial consequences.

But don’t fret. This guide will give you a simple overview of what each classification means and how you can ensure you’re employing them properly.

Case Study - Avoid Misclassification Errors and Costly Audits
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The nonprofit needed a partner who could help them navigate employment compliance including offering benefits in line with the Affordable Care Act requirements. 

Not all contingent workers should be classified the same

You may hire a group of contingent workers in one go, but that doesn’t mean that all of them can be given the same tax classification. There are big differences between W-2, 1099 and Corp-to-Corp classifications. 

Avoid the serious legal and financial consequences that can come from misclassifying your contingent workforce. Download our guide and understand:

  • The difference between a W-2, 1099 and Corp-to-Corp classifications
  • How to effectively avoid misclassification risks
  • Why engaging an expert like IES to help with classifications may help your business
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