Webinar Recorded: May 09, 2017
Presented by Evan Gilder, MBA, CPA, Redlig Financial Services
Duration: 23 minutes
Often, elder law attorneys uncover the employment of individuals in the household of an elderly client. This opens up the client to tremendous risks by not being able to counsel them on the specific laws that apply to employment situations. Anyone working in a household setting on a regular consistent basis, will be deemed an employee by the IRS and state labor departments, which subjects the employer to unemployment and other obligations as an employer.
Learn the federal rules around the differences between the classification of independent contractors and employees.
- Review of legal definitions
- Role of employment contracts
- USDOL increased enforcement initiatives
- IRS voluntary enforcement initiatives