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I am ready to start paying 1 or more people to get this done for me. Living in a college town, students are a great source of cheap labor. Is there a way I can hire someone under contract without making them a legal employee?
The blunt answer and carefree answer: Hell ya you can, pay them under the table. Just make sure they know your doing it that way. College kids want cash and pay without taxes taken out means more cash. Also pay them in cash, not by a check cause then if it does come back to bite you, it is going to be harder to prove.
[edited by: Ledfish at 8:53 pm (utc) on Jan. 2, 2008]
Regarding employee vs temp/casual staff, those taxes you're paying are employing lots of people whose job it is to deal with things like that. I'd advise calling whatever department deals with that sort of thing in the US and getting some value out of them. ;)