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Worker Classification is a decision made by payors who hire individuals to provide services. The “payor” of a service has the responsibility to correctly classify the worker as either an employee or independent contractor for the future periods of work. Federal tax compliance hinges on the classification made. Other important matters also rely upon it, from workers comp coverage to health insurance, pension qualification and potential union protection. This presentation introduces the topic with basic decision points while opening the door to further discussion.
- Employee vs. Contractor
- How to determine status
- Form SS-8
- Form 8919
- FIRE System
- Voluntary Classification Settlement Program (VCSP)
Speaker: Lori Stieber
Lori Stieber is a Revenue Agent for the Tax Exempt/Government Entities Division of the IRS. A part of the Exempt Organizations division Lori is a Federal, State and Local Government Employment Tax Specialist. A CPA/CGMA Lori worked in private industry and public accounting prior to coming to the IRS. In 2008 she earned her MS in NonProfit Leadership and came to the IRS soon after.
Outside of work, Lori supports a running habit, trains a 1-year old Aussiedoodle, bikes, gardens and is active at St. Paul’s Catholic church with faith formation.
◾Date: September 20, 2018
◾Time: 7:30 – 9:30 a.m.
◾Registration begins at 7:15 a.m.
◾Buffet breakfast will begin serving at 7:30 a.m.
◾Location: Metropolitan Ballroom