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How does the IRS' 20 Point Checklist apply to Uber drivers?
I am no employment lawyer nor do I have a lot of experience with Uber, but this is my assessment of an Uber driver's statusThe rule is that an independent contractor should answer Yes to all 4 of these questionProfit or loss. Can the worker make a profit or suffer a loss as a result of the work, aside from the money earned from the project? (This should involve real economic risk-not just the risk of not getting paid.)Investment. Does the worker have an investment in the equipment and facilities used to do the work? (The greater the investment, the more likely independent contractor status.)Works for more than one firm. Does the person work for more than one company at a time?(This tends to indicate independent contractor status, but isn’t conclusive since employees canalso work for more than one employer.Services offered to the general public. Does the worker offer services to the general public?1.) Yes, the car and its maintenance and the fuel.2.) Yes, the car.3.) It is possible to work for Lyft and Uber at the same time and generally drivers work for more than Uber.4.) YesAdditionally ,they should answer No to all of the following questionsInstructions. Do you have the right to give the worker instructions about when, where, and how to work? (This shows control over the worker.)Training. Do you train the worker to do the job in a particular way? (Independent contractors are already trained.)Integration. Are the worker’s services so important to your business that they have become anecessary part of the business? (This may show that the worker is subject to your control.)Services rendered personally. Must the worker prthe services personally, as opposed to delegating tasks to someone else? (This indicates that you are interested in the methods employed, and not just the results.)Hiring assistants. Do you hire, supervise, and pay the worker’s assistants? (Independentcontractors hire and pay their own staff.)Continuing relationship. Is there an ongoing relationship between the worker and yourself? (A relationship can be considered ongoing if services are performed frequently, but irregularly.)Work hours. Do you set the worker’s hours? (Independent contractors are masters of theirown time.)Full-time work. Must the worker spend all of his or her time on your job? (Independent contractors choose when and where they will work.)Work done on premises. Must the individual work on your premises, or do you control theroute or location where the work must be performed? (Answering no doesn’t by itself meanindependent contractor status.)Sequence. Do you have the right to determine the order in which services are performed? (This shows control over the worker)Reports. Must the worker give you reports accounting for his or her actions? (This may show lack of independence)Pay Schedules. Do you pay the worker by hour, week, or month? (Independent contractors are generally paid by the job or commission, although by industry practice, some are paid by the hour.)Expenses. Do you pay the worker’s business or travel costs? (This tends to show control.)Tools and materials. Do you prthe worker with equipment, tools, or materials? (Independent contractors generally supply the materials for the job and use their own tools and equipment.)Right to fire. Can you fire the worker? (An independent contractor can’t be fired without subjecting you to the risk of breach of contract lawsuit.)Worker’s right to quit. Can the worker quit at any time, without incurring liability? (An independent contractor has a legal obligation to complete the contract.)1.) No, the instructions are fairly minimal and flexible.2.) No, there is not much training3.) Yes, they are central to Uber's business model if you view it as a service provider rather than simply a platform4.) Yes, the services should be rendered by the driver and not someone standing in for the driver5.) No, there are no assistants6.) Yes, generally there is an on-going relationship7.) No, the hours aren't set8.) No, there is no expectation of regular hours9.) No, the work is not done at a given location10.) There is some control over the routing of customers to them, but this seems minimal11.) The platform automatically creates reports for Uber, this seems borderline12.) No, they are paid by the job13.) No, they definitely don't want to pay for any expenses14.) Not significantly, they pran app, which is very minimal tools15.) This is borderline since the rating of drivers can cause drivers to be effectively fired16.) Yes, the workers can stop working at any time.There are 4 Yes answers and 2 borderline cases out of the 16 that should be No.  This seems right at the edge to me. I'm betting that Uber is even happier with the decision to raid CMU to get to an all automated economy sooner rather than later. They're probably thinking "This sharing economy is too complicated!"
How can I share Google keep checklist to 100 people so they can each fill out their own list independently without interrupting each other?
There is a way to do this, although it is a little messy.Create your list.Give it a title.Label it with a project name. Make a copy of your list.Share the copy with person #1 and add their name in the title.Archive the shared list (to keep your main Keep view less cluttered). Repeat the "make a copy" section steps 98 more times, sharing with a different person each time.Share the original with the 100th person.Add their name to the title.Archive the shared list. This will take time to set up, but you will have 100 discrete lists shared with 100 individuals. You will also have a means to view all of the lists (find your label in the navigation panel by clicking the three lines in the upper left) while keeping your main view uncluttered. Adding each individual's name to the title helps you scan through the lists, and you can always use search to surface one quickly.
How does the IRS evaluate Form SS-8 submissions to definitively determine if someone should be an employee or a contractor?
IRS criteria for determining if a person is an employee or a contractor include the amount of control the company has over the individual, including how, when and where the work is performed, whether the person has any financial interest in providing his/her own equipment, and others. The more the company controls the person and provides any needed equipment, the more likely the person will be considered to be an employee.
New York State refuses to allow any temp employee in the TV or Movie industries to work as an independent contractor. How does this affect the company and the employee?
Employee loses work, Company has to shell out more money, which is filed under their taxes. New York State gets more money, company and employee lose money. The original vision of the television show or movie is altered and lower quality.
As an independent US based Android developer, how would I find a client to build Android apps for? I only seem to find companies who want an employee or on site contractor?
Because it is damn hard to work remote as freelance or indie developer.Also making an app able to hold average expectations needs more than one person. Not just because no one can learn everything required, but before one learns every new stuff, graphics, library, policies, a new version of the operating system comes, or a new mode or requirement is set.Being in the USA you have also higher pay needs while an Indian may not but still somewhat can speak English, computers and smartphones are cheap also there.
How can Google expect a small e-commerce shop to lose 20-40% of sales and not either go out of business or fire half the employees?
There's quite a range of answers here, from the "Google is the big evil corporation coming down hard on innocent small businesses", to the despairing "There's no point in trying to rank for anything". Google is a business who profits primarily from people clicking on its adverts. In order get the most people to do this, and make the most money, they created the best search engine for users. If users are happy with the search results, they keep coming back. Sometimes they'll click on ads, sometimes they won't, but if they go elsewhere, then they definitely won't. In order to make the best search engine, they have come up with a system that pushes the best sites for users to the top. It's not perfect, but it works most of the time. How do we know this? Because ranking on page 2 of Google gets you zero traffic - nearly everyone is finding what they need on the first page, in the top 5 results.Businesses who use Google's services to be found (organically) are paying nothing for the privilege. All Google ask is they prthe best service they can for users. Make your site fast, navigable, make it good enough that other sites are talking about it, that people are sharing it, and give users all the information they need. Make it as easy as possible for Google to understand what is on the page. Don't spam people. If your business gets thousands of footer links from hacked Wordpress blogs, does it offer a better service to the user than one that doesn't? Obviously not. The goal is not to 'cripple the business' - this does not make Google money. The goal from a manual review is to remove sites that do not benefit the user, and allow sites that are giving what the user wants to rise to the top. Keep the Google user happy, keep the money flowing. I'm not saying Google never gets this wrong. Sometimes their tactics penalise sites that the user DOES want  - JC Penney for example. I'm pretty sure users were happy with JC Penney appearing at the top of the SERPS, but Google penalised them to send a message to other site owners that artificially manipulating the SERPS was not going to fly with them.I'm also not saying that Google is even close to perfect at what they do: it is still possible to rank a spammy site above an established 'white hat' one. What I am saying is the intent is not to destroy businesses or be evil, it is simply to keep people using their site.Finally, it is possible to a) rely upon organic search from Google as your main traffic source, you just need to approach it in the correct way, or work with someone who knows what they're doing. I have done it - with sites that have never been penalised and continue to see traffic growth. b) It is also possible to be a small business and rank well on Google. It's not easy, but if it were, then everyone would be doing it.The issue as I see it, is SEO companies and Freelance SEOs who either haven't moved with the times, or are under too much pressure from business owners to show immediate results and therefore must resort to underhand tactics.
What are the points and checklist that I need to take care of if I am going for a hair transplant in India and how do I figure out if the surgeon or hair transplant clinic is a genuine one?
Hair Transplant in India is safe to do. Hair Transplant surgeons are also top class. However hair transplant is quiet an unregulated field, so yes black market hair transplants are also very common and pretend very well to be having qualified hair transplant surgeons.Hair Transplant Surgeon should qualified with basic MBBS qualification and additional post graduate degree in related field. Currently most common hair transplant surgeons are from Dermatology or Plastic surgery background. There is a debate about which other post graduate fields can do hair transplant. However post graduation after MBBS in any clinical field should be a logical preference.Quality of Pre and post photos on clinics official websites.Website can also give you a sense of whether it's about giving discounts or about giving actual results. And as website is a showcase of actual clinic, it will give you good feel of it.Visit the clinic that you are choosing a d talk to the hair transplant surgeon in person. Nothing else will make your decision easier that actually talking to the hair transplant surgeon himself.You can also check out clinics supportive YouTube channel, as this also will give you a feel of clinic.These important points. For more you can check here: Hair Transplant in India: Checklist for getting a hair transplant in India.
Who should I call to report a company who routinely treats their employees as independent contractors? They continue to require them to work out of state against their will, set their pay scale and tell them when and how they will work.
It depends upon the state and upon the underlying issues involved.If the employer is not handling tax withholding appropriately it would be an IRS issue, and an issue for the state Department of Revenue in most states. If the employer is not following wage and hour laws that would be addressed by the state agency with that responsibility (or the wage & hour folks st USDOL). If the company is not following worker health and safety laws that would be addressed by either federal OSHA or by the state OSHA program if there is one. If the company is not handling unemployment insurance reporting correctly that would be addressed by the state department with that responsibility (called the Emoloyment Department in Oregon and the Employment Security Department in Washington, for example). If the company is not following workers comp laws then that would be addressed by the state agency with that responsibility.If the employer calls genuine employees “independent contractors” but doesn’t use that characterization to avoid some legal responsibility, then there is really no problem. But it’s not all that likely.
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