IRS Resources for the Cosmetology & Barber Industry
Whether you are a manufacturer, distributor, salon owner or work in a salon, it is crucial to be aware of the Internal Revenue Service and what it means to you as a professional in the beauty industry.
We have compiled a list of the following resources for your information. Please contact Bridget Sharpe, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions or need any assistance with the below resources.
Click below for a brochure published by the IRS with tax tips for the Cosmetology & Barber Industry
Cash Intensive Businesses Audit Techniques Guide - Beauty and Barber Shops
Determination of Worker Status for Purposes of Federal Employment Taxes and Income Tax Withholding
Forms and Associated Taxes for Independent Contractors Form W-9
Independent Contractor (Self-Employed) or Employee?
Independent Contractor Defined
Independent Contractor or Employee? Training Materials
IRS Worker Classification Webinar
Know Who You're Hiring - Independent Contractor (Self-employed) vs. Employee http://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Small-Businesses-&-Self-Employed/Know-Who-You're-Hiring---Independent-Contractor-(Self-employed)-vs.-Employee
PRESENT LAW AND BACKGROUND RELATING TO WORKER CLASSIFICATION FOR FEDERAL TAX PURPOSES
In 1987, based on an examination of cases and rulings, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) developed a list of 20 factors that may be examined in determining whether an employer-employee relationship exists. Beginning on page seventeen you will find a list and description of the twenty factors.
Self-Employed Individuals Tax Center
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