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Dear Reader,

Have you been utilizing independent contractors as a way to control labor costs? You are not alone! Unfortunately, the majority of this staff should be classified as W-4 employees with taxes being withheld. The government wants their money and has started the process of auditing companies that are using independent contractors. WINSTON can help you determine the proper status of this group of employees. If the employee is deemed a true W-4 employee, WINSTON can put this person on its payroll at a reduced markup to help you maintain the lower labor costs that you require. Just think...no co-employment worries, no workers' compensation cost and no unemployment insurance exposure.

Click here for more info on Independent Contractor vs. W-4 Employee Status.

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Best Regards,

Alisa Christopher
Winston Resources

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