Yesterday, Scarinci Hollenbeck Launched, “Independent Contractor, Part 2”, the seventh and final installment of a seven part video series, “Tax Issues That Impact Your Wealth.”
In part VII of Tax Issues That Impact Your Wealth, I, Frank L Brunetti L.L.M., Of Counsel/Partner Emeritus at Scarinci Hollenbeck and Chair of the Tax, Trusts and Estates Law Group, continues the discussion on Independent Contractors and explains Sec 530 of the ’78 Rev. Act (as amended), * Section 530 of ’78 Revenue Act (as amended) and provides retroactive and prospective relief from employment tax liability for employers who misclassified workers as independent contractors using the common law facts and circumstances standards.
This video series is part of Scarinci Hollenbeck’s new website and integrated social media platform. The video series was designed in part to assist small business owners in understanding issues within the complicated and often complex tax world. Any questions pertaining to the material presented should be directed to me or James F. McDonough by calling the number at the top of this blog.
Further, Scarinci Hollenbeck will continue to post business related videos to this blog and to Scarinci Hollenbeck’s YouTube, so be sure to stop by and check out our future videos.
Frank Brunetti has been practicing law for over thirty years in the areas of estate and wealth preservation, tax planning for business entities and complex tax matters. He is admitted to the New Jersey and New York Bars as well as the United States Tax Court. Mr. Brunetti provides representation in federal and state tax matters, IRS controversies, estate and business planning and guidance for the preparation of wills and trusts as well as the administration of estates. ...
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