Customer: My name is ***** *****. What is a person was hired to do several different jobs at different times, none making more than 1900 per service. For instance, she was my personal
assistant. She was a driver for a time for my son. She was a housekeeper. She was a pet care giver. None of these individually paid more than $1900 each. However, it was all to one person. Do I need to treat her as an employee?
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: She worked as a driver, these are at random times, making about 1200 for the year. She worked as a cat sitter, random times, making about 900 per year. She worked as a personal assistant to me, random times, making about 1500 per year. She worked as a babysitter, at times, making about 1600 per year. She did some housekeeping, over the course of a couple of months, making about $1200 for the year. She also did some basic tutoring for the last semester with my son making about $1100. In total she made less than $8000. But this was all to one person. Is she an employee or an independent contractor
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Customer: No. Rush is better. She is not being cooperative. And I will pay $32.
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