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hiring Forms

  • 1.  hiring Forms

    Posted 03-20-2018 12:34 PM
    ​hi ACCA members,
    Can any one help me getting Hiring Forms for Technicians
    • 1099 form
    • hiring form (Commission base) form
    • regular employee hiring form
    will be appreciated ,

    THANKS



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    Guirguis Faltaos
    Eagles HVAC Services
    CLIFTON VA
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  • 2.  RE: hiring Forms

    Posted 03-21-2018 08:21 AM
    Not sure exactly what you mean by "hiring forms," so here are a couple of things that may help.

    NoLo.com is a great resource for legal questions of any kind. Here's a posting about hiring your first employee.
    https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/hiring-first-employee-13-things-29463.html

    1099, as well as any other government form, are generally easy to find online - just search the form name or number. Here's a 1099 link. The form is used to report what you pay to people who are NOT employees. https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f1099msc.pdf

    Here's a link to help you figure out if work should be done by an employee or a contractor. Note: That decision is NOT arbitrary, and it is not up to you. https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/independent-contractor-self-employed-or-employee

    As for forms like applications or job descriptions, there are a lot of sources. Assuming you want something free, you can search the forum posts here or just search online and you'll find plenty. You may want to reach out to your sales reps - the manufacturers and distributors have a lot of great stuff.

    Linda Couch
    Chief Operating Officer
    Parrish Services Inc.
    Manassas, VA





  • 3.  RE: hiring Forms

    Posted 03-22-2018 07:05 AM
    You can get all the form u need by going to 
    Va department of taxation u can download 
    Each form and print out
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    Samuel Cruz | President

    S.E.C Heating And A/C Mechanical Service LLc
    Cell 571-316-3126
    Office 1800-832-9281 ext 01






  • 4.  RE: hiring Forms

    Posted 03-26-2018 01:30 PM

    You may want to consider contacting the Small Business Development Center in your area for free guidance.  The center closest to you is listed below.  They are not government "snoopervisors".  They are funded by the SBA and are in place to help new and existing businesses with all sorts free help dealing with business challenges.  That way you will be covered  not only federally, but also state and locality wise.

    Mason SBDC

    Mason Enterprise Center - George Mason University

    5 miles away from 20124

    Timm Johnson
    Director
    4031 University Drive, Suite 100
    Fairfax, VA 22030 - View Map

    Phone: 703-277-7747

    Web Site: http://www.masonsbdc.org



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    Kellie Loudin
    VP
    Rumer-Loudin, Inc.
    St. Clairsville OH
    (740) 695-2487
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