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    Anyone willing to share a contract you use when hiring new inspectors at your firm?

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    Jon: You may get blasted by this group for a portion of the verbiage in your signature. It seems that all things religious are taboo on this forum. Just a word of caution.


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    There are a lot of legal programs available for your computer which have sub-contractor agreements they are very good also try googling "sub-contractor agreements.

    Thomas W. McKay
    ASHI Certified Inspector


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    Thanks guys, I appreciate your input. I'll never be ashamed to say God Bless.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliot Franson View Post
    Jon: You may get blasted by this group for a portion of the verbiage in your signature. It seems that all things religious are taboo on this forum. Just a word of caution.
    I can't imagine anybody actually doing that. At least I've never witnessed it before in my short life.


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    john

    thanks your right- never be ashamed to say gob bless you

    elliot

    god bless you and whats up with you

    cvf


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe S View Post
    I can't imagine anybody actually doing that. At least I've never witnessed it before in my short life.
    Then you haven't been on this board long enough Gabe .

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    You may want to try legalzoom.com they have a lot of resources and contracts that you can buy that are suitable for your state.

    You may also want to talk to your CPA regarding any tax implications. If it is a 1099 contractor, they better be a contractor, not an employee. Otherwise you can get blasted by the IRS for not paying enough payroll taxes.

    If it will be an actual employee relationship, again your CPA might be the best person to talk to.


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