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What does a business need to do in order to Ser someone up to work for their business as a 1099 contractor? Are there forms to fill out or is it done at tax time?
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You would pay them directly and not withhold any taxes. At the end of the year, you would ask them for a W-9 that gives you their social security number, and then you would file a 1099 with the IRS and send them a copy for their records.

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