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CARMandP

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Ok, I know that this isn't exactly the correct way to do this but what would be the best way to pay a part time employee. I can't afford to get ripped on the taxes and the rest of the "requirements" do pay help. Is there any way you guys have found to make this easy and painless.

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Undocumented workers may save on payroll expenses, but may end up biting you in the butt.

 

Talk to you accountant about the best ways to handle this. There are freelance workers and subcontractors that can work for you and they are responsible for their own payroll taxes and not subject to other company benefits. Each state has different laws, so seek advice.

 

I hire part time people and they are all on the books. I have too much at stake, too much to lose. All you need is one labor issue or someone blows the whistle. It's not worht it.

 

That’s my opinion.

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