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Unformatted text preview: s enunciated in precedent 1 C hapter 10 - P ost Test M archiori, Mercedes 4. I f a service provider uses another s tools when providing services, is told when and h ow to provide the services, and is paid a wage or a salary for the provision of the s ervices , the service provider is likely an independent contractor. a. True b. False G rade: U ser Responses: F eedback: 5. 1 b.False A ll service provision relationships for reward, whether characterized as employment or i ndependent contractor r elationships, are based on a contract between the parties. a. True b. False G rade: U ser Responses: F eedback: 1 a.True 2 C hapter 10 - P ost Test M archiori, Mercedes 6. P aul worked for Canadian Cash Register for nine years as a programmer when the c ompany suffered a serious fin ancial setback. It faced reduced sales and was being s ued by customers who found that the machines bought from the company could not h andle credit cards with a year 2000 expiration date. The owner of the company told P aul it could no longer afford so many p rogrammers. As a university grad...
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2013 for the course ENGLISH English taught by Professor Rocks during the Winter '05 term at Abbeville Christian Academy.

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