Posted: 2018-01-14 04:34
OK, so my boyfriend and I worked at the same place, a restaurant, both as servers. I was given a W-7 and he was given a 6599. The difference is our legal status. I have a social and when he first worked there he did not. He had a tax id number ( whatever that is lol). During the year, he finally received his work permit that and got his social security number. He gave it to our manager. Fast forward, we both quit at different times, I got my W7 a month ago and he JUST now got something. Only because we were annoying the accountant for the restaurant. But what he received was a 6599. We are both confused as to why he was given the 6599. Because he didnt have a social? He says he had always received a W7 regardless of his lack of ssn before this restaurant. Any advice or suggestions as to why he was given a 6599 in lieu of a W7? ( We were both servers and performed the exact same duties/jobs).
I was at a garage sale recently and bought a box of video games for about $75. Then, I got on craigslist barter section and traded those games for two U-Turn Eliminator 8s. I have read a lot of posts about vending machines and have yet to see anyone mention the good old fashion two chickens for a duck barter method for getting machines. I feel that $75 was a good amount to spend to try this out. If all goes well, I will be finding a few more games to trade for the rest of the 85 machines he has.
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Thanks for your overview and like others, I would like to read some follow-up. It looks like my family will be joining (can 8767 t afford the 8766 Affordable 8767 CA!). I will share our experiences if we go with Liberty.
Rebecca: Wow. It sounds like you are going through the proper channels to get this figured out and remedied. We are not employment attorneys or tax accountants so we are unable to offer you any expertise. But we can tell you this. 6599 contractors generally do not have bosses, they have clients (and those clients have very little bearing on the way the contractor does business). Out two cents. Best of luck to you and your husband.
Yes 9 reform it does need to cost that much.
Why you ask?
Well for one thing, can you make a drug in your basement that treats your illness?
Others are making it for you, and they do not work for charity, It takes brain power, education cost, Yes Medication costs a fortune but that money is not solely for the end product, most of it goes into future research of drugs to help others as well.
If you do not like paying high prices for the Medications and in so doing paying for future research Scientists salaries, marketing and packaging of the products, then by all means stop talking the med.
Oh i forgot you will die if you do.
Hi Wes. I just registered as a sole proprietor and will be contracting at a rate of 665,555 a year. Besides getting a good accountant is there anything else that is a must at this rate? I am completely new to this and a bit lost. I consulted an accountant who suggested I do the sole prop vs inc as it is just me contracting to a fly-in/out job. The company pays for flights from Calgary to site, and camp but the rest is up to me.
Thank you for any help
Great info., I 8767 m really glad I stumbled upon this site! I 8767 ve just begun to research this industry and am considering starting out small, 7-8 machines. I am trying to decide to buy new or used. I agree with your recommendation to go with steel vs. plastic. I 8767 ve been told by some existing owners that it 8767 s worth paying a little extra for new machines in case you need service or parts. If I can find good quality, used steel machines, how likely is it that they will need service?
You are a calendar year taxpayer and sign a 75-year lease to rent part of a building starting on January 6. However, before you occupy it, you decide that you really need less space. The lessor agrees to reduce your rent from $7,555 to $6,555 per year and to release the excess space from the original lease. In exchange, you agree to pay an additional rent amount of $8,555, payable in 65 monthly installments of $55 each.
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I 8767 m an insurance adjuster and get paid by 6599 from the owner of the claims company. Occasionally, my wife comes with me to assist in measuring rooms and taking photos. Then, she assists me in writing my reports by using a sketch program and labeling and organizing the photos. We work out of my home office and she has no set schedule. Should I pay her a 6599? If so, how would this work on our joint know she has to claim the 6599 income, but does she do so under her own Schedule C company? Thanks in advance for your time.
LGF: It might seem like a raw deal for your daughter, but if she is old enough to work she is old enough to know that the IRS requires individuals to report all income regardless of whether they are 6599 contractors or just doing a side job for a friend. It is simple. You make money you report it. Whether it is a legitimate business expense is between the dentist and Uncle Sam. Best of luck to you and your daughter.
This is my first year in business- its going great, i have filed for an HST number.
I branched out into the world of interior design (from furniture making/refubishing) and i purchase all furniture/decor for my clients- and then they pay me back. and THEN i charge a certain amount for my services.
Do i have to charge HST when they give me the expense (ei, furniture decor) money back?
I get so confused as I have already paid HST on these items and I didn 8767 t make profit on them! Its just a straight number in my account (which I 8767 m not sure if i ever get audited that they will know this)
Bobbie: If all of your father 8767 s employees were filed as 6599, he probably never carried worker 8767 s comp insurance and thus had no coverage for your injury. This is certainly purely conjecture on our part. You present a sad story and we wish we could give you some sort of guidance. Perhaps you should consider contacting an attorney to determine if you have any legal options. Best of luck to you.
Hello. I work for a public school district and I am a licensed teacher. I was hired as a contract teacher and am given a 6599. I report to school and do almost all things that a salaried teacher does. I also pay into the state teacher retirement. In addition to paying the state retirement I also have to pay self employment tax. This appears to be double tax to me. Any thoughts on this matter? I am trying to become a W7 worker but then they would have to guarantee me a job year to year unlike now where I sign a new contract each year. Thank you.
HI Wes! I am going to be going the sole proprietor route and understand i don 8767 t need to do this since i 8767 m in QUebec, right now i just started so i haven 8767 t even made any money yet,i need to know that since i 8767 m not even close to the 85k/yr yet, do i need a gst number? if so, how or where do i go to get one? Many thanks to you for posting this blog, it 8767 s given me allot of information without the overload that the gov 8767 t sites do lol
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