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How to become an Independent Contractor

 

Aside from the legalize of the language, you'll most likely find that qualifications are simple and the classification of general contractor not at all difficult to apply to most any work at home situation. Just follow the listed requirements. You may contact an authority (your local Chamber of Commerce for instance) if you need help.

The job specified is one where you work from home creating forms, flyers or what ever work needs doing. To be qualified you will be given a notice that there is sufficient quantity of work to warrant hiring and you will be sent a test form or flyer to do.

You will be doing overflow which means that you will only be hired as needed for a particular job. As business increases so will job opportunities.

Once you have completed your assignment then will you be given another provided another job when one become available.

To follow up on employment with The GOOD FORMS Company just e-mail your resume to: customerservice@goodforms.biz

Independent contractors. Independent contractors are defined in ORS 670.600 and must meet the following standards:

  (1) The individual or business entity providing the labor or services is free from direction and control over the means and manor of providing the labor or services, subject only to the right of the person for whom the labor or services are provided to specify the desired results;

  (2) The individual or business entity providing labor or services is responsible for obtaining all assumed business registrations or professional occupation licenses required by state law or local government ordinance for the individual or business entity to conduct the business;

  (3) The individual or business entity providing labor or services furnishes the tools or equipment necessary for performance of the contracted labor or services;

  (4) The individual or business entity providing labor or services has the authority to hire and fire employee to perform the  labor or services;

  (5) Payment for the labor or services is made upon completion of the performance of specific portions of the project or is made on the basis  of an annual or periodic retainer;

  (6) The individual or business entity providing labor or services is registered under ORS Chapter 70 1 (construction), if the  individual or business entity provides labor or services for which such registration is required;

  (7) Federal and state income tax returns in the name of the business or a business Schedule C or farm Schedule F as part of the personal income tax return were filed for the previous year if the individual or business entity performed labor or services as an independent contractor in the previous year; and

 (8) The individual or business entity represents to the public that the labor or services are to be provided by an independently established  business. Except when an individual or business entity files a Schedule F as part of the personal income tax returns and the individual or business entity performs farm labor or services that are reportable on Schedule C, an individual or business entity is considered to be engaged in an independently established business when four or more of the following circumstances exist:

     (a) The labor or services are primarily carried out at a location that is separate from the residence of an individual who performs the labor or services, or are primarily carried out in a specific portion of the residence, which portion is set aside as the location of the business;

     (b) Commercial advertising or business cards as is customary in operating similar businesses are purchased for the business, or the individual or business entity has a trade association membership;

       (c) Telephone listing and service are used for the business that is separate from the personal residence listing and service used by an individual who performs the labor or services;

       (d) Labor or services are performed only pursuant to written contracts;

       (e) Labor or services are performed for two or more different persons within a period of one year; or

       (f) The individual or business entity assumes financial responsibility for defective workmanship or for services not provided as evidenced by the ownership of performance bonds, warranties, errors and omission insurance or liability insurance relating to the labor or services to be provided.


Reference: Oregon Business Guide (May, 2003; page, 34)
Business Referral Center
Public Service Building, Suite 151
255 Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310-1327
(503) 986-2220
E-mail: Brc.Sos@state.or.us

The Oregon Business Guide is now on-line at: http://www.filinginoregon.com/obg
Also, see the Business Wizard, a new feature for a customized referral list for Government
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Note: Information in this publication is not a complete statement
 of laws and administrative rules.

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