Think it won’t matter that much if you treat your worker as an independent contractor instead of an employee?

Think it won’t matter that much if you treat your worker as an independent contractor instead of an employee?

Learn from this child care provider’s bitter experience A family child care provider writes: Help! I’m a licensed daycare provider in New York state. I have been running my business for 4 1/2 years. In 2015 I had a sub who was working for me and she was collecting unemployment from a prior job. She…

Child Care Providers and other Sole Proprietors: Get an EIN
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Child Care Providers and other Sole Proprietors: Get an EIN

Protect the privacy of your social security number Self-employed business owners need an Employer Identification Number (EIN) if they have employees. Day care providers, with or without employees, have another reason to obtain this tax id number for their business: IDENTITY THEFT PREVENTION. At the end of the year, parents will be requesting your tax…