Under IRS rulings, a dealership can't 1099 an employee. Period. Unless the contractor is clearly hired as a contractor, the employer cannot give you a 1099. If hired as an employee, your are such that. No exceptions.
Yes. It should be IRS For, 1099.
Yes, unless they are an employee or 100% owner of an S corp (considered an employee by the IRS). Then it's a W2.
yes IRS will garnish 401k because they see it as a income.
yes, they can garnish your wages
The IRS can only garnish for themselves, If you are owed money and get a judgement, you can garnish someone yourself.
No, creditors, including the IRS cannot garnish government benefits.
An employer should not charge a 1099 employee for workman's comp. If you get a 1099 you are not in an employer, employee relationship You are an independent contractor.
January 31st. Although you cannot give an employee a 1099. An employee must get a W-2.
An IRS 1099 form may be provided in cases where a worker does not receive a salary. There are different types of 1099 forms for different types of incomes.
IRS 1099 forms are used to report income that can not be reported elsewhere or considered miscellaneous income.