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Take a look at the "20 questions" list here: you answer yes to any of them (except #16), odds are that you are an employee. In that case, your employer would be correct in saying he isn't required to give you a 1099. He would be required to give you a W-2. Here's something you should consider: He isn't cheating just the government, he is also cheating you. If you agreed to a certain pay when you thought you would be an employee, he is underpaying you by at least 10%. I hope this helps. Gary
Well, you don't need a 1099 to file quarterly taxes. What you can do is go to the IRS and your state web site and look up your tax rate for your income. Then you will know how much you should pay each quarter. It is your responsibility to pay quarterly taxes. Your employer should give you a 1099 annually, typically due by the end of February of the following year. Make sure you keep your pay stubs, so you have an accurate record of your pay. Claim that and you'll be all set.
You don't need a 1099 to pay taxes - you file from your own records. If he pays you over $600 for the year, he IS legally required to give you a 1099, unless he wants to claim you are an employee, in which case he must withhold taxes, pay employer taxes, and give you a W-2 no matter how much or how little you make. The BBB would have nothing to do with this type of situation, they are for customer (not employee) complaints about a business.
Once he pays you over $600 (amount changes each year) he is REQUIRED to give you Form 1099-MISC (or post this form on a website) pennsylvania give you a Form W-2 by 1/31. If he is "controlling your work environment" he is not allowed to give a 1099. You have up to 3 years to submit a form to the IRS to challenge him and for them to make a ruling if he is following IRS regs. If you submit this form get a letter of reference first as the IRS must tell him who turned him in. Also you must list his federal pennsylvania number (xx-xxxxxxx) on the form for processing(this # shoud appear above his name/number on Form W-2 or 1099-MISC. You can also submit a Form 5939-A to report him annonymously to the IRS. At irs.gov download Form 1040ES and complete the p. 4 worksheet to see what you owe if you elect NOT to challenge him. The IRS is impartial. They collect from one side or the other - it doesn't matter. Do you really want to pay his taxes for him??? If you need the job suck it up and file Form SS-8 within 3 yrs after you have a better job. Federal jobs now hiring are listed at usajobs.gov If you sign on with the IRS for 10 years your student loan is forgiven!
The form 1099-misc is normally sent in the last week of January 2010. Even if you do not get 1099-misc, you must file your tax return and report the income. You are independent contractor. You must file your tax return if your self employed income is $400 or more. You will report your income and expenses on schedule C or C-EZ (Form 1040). Then you put net income (or loss) on line 12 of Form 1040. This income is subject to SE tax at 15.3% (this is shown on line 57 of Form 1040).
You do not need a 1099 to file estimated taxes. You should receive an income document such as a 1099MISC or a W-2 for your job early in 2010. Estimated tax forms can be printed out at irs.gov. The directions are there as well. The form is 1040ES
He is wrong. you are right, he is a crook, and violating federal law. if he is treating you as an independent contractor, well that implies a contract, doesn't it. I respectfully think that you should quietly start looking for another job, and when you find one, report him to the IRS. Meanwhile, keep very careful records. If you get paychecks, make copies of them, and if they have stubs, keep those. If it is all cash, use a blank check register, or get a cheap ledger and carefully record your hours, and your pay. If it ever becomes a problem, careful written records can save your um, assets...
You need to speak to a professional. I recommend contacting your local taxpayer assistance center. They will be able to help you and steer you in the right direction. Here's the link....
Sounds like a scam to me. If I were you I would mention your boss' little indiscretion to him and suggest you get a cash bonus if you know what I mean.
Rick's is definitely the best choice. Bring a gun too.