Do Contract Workers Get Unemployment?

Answer The Social Security Act of 1935 contained provisions that established unemployment insurance, which is financed by both federal and state unemployment taxes paid through employer payroll taxes for ... Read More »

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Can Contract Workers Deduct Mileage?

An independent contractor is self-employed and performs services for customers, businesses and corporations. A self-employed contractor runs his own business --- his customers aren't required to wi... Read More »

Laws Regarding the Hiring of Contract and Temporary Workers?

Temporary workers, also known as independent contractors, provide a way for companies to fill positions without committing to long-term employment. Companies also can review the work of temporary e... Read More »

Mileage Reimbursement Amount for Injured Workers on Workers Comp in Maine?

If you have been injured at work, workers' compensation insurance provided by your employer should pay all medical costs relating to your work injury. In Maine, mileage costs for medical appointmen... Read More »

How to Prevent Workers Taking Advantage of the Workers' Comp System?

Every business has a requirement to provide a safe and healthy work environment. Yet even by following all safety regulations, employee accidents can happen that result in injury. Most companies ha... Read More »