BA370-WK2-QUIZ(SF) - BA 370 Chapter 2 quiz 1 If an...

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BA 370 Chapter 2 quiz 1. If an employment relationship exists, an employer must do this for its employees: 2. Who has the burden of proving the status of a hired worker status as either employee or independent contractor is disputed? 3. Which is considered in determining whether someone is an independent contractor or an employee? 4. This statement is true: 5. Which one is different from the others? 6. Define employee, employer, independent contractor, right of control, scope of employment 1A. Withhold income taxes from wages, provide workers compensation insurance, provide unemployment insurance 2A. The hiring party 3A. Who has the right to control how and where the work is done; whether the worker works for one firm or many; who supplies necessary tools and supplies; whether benefits
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Unformatted text preview: are provided to the worker. 4A. An employer may be held liable for the actions of its employees outside the scope of employment 5A. Independent contractor/employee/temporary worker/partner/volunteer/students/interns (answer is employee) 6A. Employee – one who works regularly for an employer and is directed by the employer. Employer – one who hires another to work for him and directs the work. Independent contractor – one with his own business who offers his services to others. Right of control – how the IRS distinguishes employees from independent contractors. Scope of employment – all of the services and employee performs for his employer are within this....
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  • Spring '11
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