Answer the following questions to decide whether the statements below indicate employee or contractor.
As well ask yourself, did the two parties intend to enter into a contract of employment (employer-employee relationship) or did they intend to enter into a contract for services (business relationship)?
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The worker usually works independently without guidance, instruction or reporting to authority.CorrectIncorrect
The payer controls the worker with respect to both the results of the work and the method used to do the work.CorrectIncorrect
The worker is usually free to work when and for whom he or she chooses and may provide his or her services to different payers at the same time.CorrectIncorrect
The payer determines and controls the method and amount of pay.CorrectIncorrect
The worker requires permission to work for other payers while working for this payer.CorrectIncorrect
The worker can accept or refuse work from the payer.CorrectIncorrect
The worker receives training or direction from the payer on how to do the work.CorrectIncorrect
The overall work environment between the worker and the payer is one of subordination.CorrectIncorrect
The worker owns and provides tools and equipment to accomplish the work.CorrectIncorrect
The worker can subcontract work or hire assistants.CorrectIncorrect
There is no degree of financial risk taken by the worker.CorrectIncorrect
The worker can realize a profit or incur a loss.CorrectIncorrect