Contract Employee

I am a contract employee and may make 28000 this year. I have two children. What are chances I may just break even instead of owing a bunch in taxes?

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Contract Labor, Self Employed

by Sue Chandler
(Ransom Canyon, Tx.,USA)

I am a self employed,contract laborer. What percentage of my pay should I hold back each month to cover federal & fica taxes?

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Independent Contractor?

by Ms. Moody
(Houston, TX)

I work as an independent contractor. Sometimes if I get in a jamb I will farm out some of my work to my neighbor (stay at home mom). I report all my taxes when I file jointly with my husband. My workload has increased and I'm needing more and more help. How can I legally take deductions on my taxes for what I pay her? She is a friend and neighbor. I don't have her SSN#.

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Sub-Contract Labor

by Barry Hollingsworth
(Lexington, NC)

I have worked for a painting company for over 10 years, dureing this time the only way he would pay me was sub-contract labor, I was full time with this company, was the job supervisor, all materials were furnished, a company phone, vehicle, credit card.....was paid salary... being paid like that was the only option to keep the job.....now I have been let go and I have a debt with the IRS over $25,000.00 and no job..... I am just wondering if it was legal for him to pay me like that and is there anything I can do to pas some of this debt on to the company that put me there ?? please give me some advice.... Thanks

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