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Know Your Rights in the Salon: Employee, Independent Contractor, Booth Renter

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Do you know what your rights are as a beauty professional? The terminology can be confusing. Are you classified as an employee or are...

The 20 Factor IRS Test: Independent Contractors in the Salon

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Chances are that you're finding this article at tax time. You're either learning that you were misclassified by your employer, or (if you're a...

“Independent Contractor” Defined: For Salon Owners

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This quick article has been written for salon owners so that they can better understand exactly what an "independent contractor" is. For more detailed...

“Can I make my independent contractors sign non-compete agreements?”

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Theoretically, you could compel someone uninformed and/or desperate enough to sign anything, but should you? No. Never. Never ever ever ever ever. Requiring independent contractors to...

Improperly Classified: What To Do When You’ve Been Misclassified as an Independent Contractor

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I'm going to give a quick review here for those of you that hit this page before you read this article about how to...

Independent Contractor, General Contractor, Subcontractor, and Self-Employed: Defined for the Beauty Industry

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"We're going to classify you as an independent contractor," the salon owner says. "You will be better off as a subcontractor, really. It will be...

Independently Together: Encouraging Self-Employed Renters to Behave as a Team

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If you have an open-air rental facility with a diverse variety of self-employed creatives working in the same room, you know how nerve-wracking it...

The Salon Owner’s and Booth Renter’s Guide to Avoiding an IRS Audit

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Cash based businesses, like salons, are often targeted for random audits. The audit rate is roughly 1 in 100, but we're in a unique...

The Switcharoo: Why Your Employer Suddenly Wants Everyone to Become Renters

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Many salon owners are now having their employees become booth renters. This sudden switch can be incredibly stressful for professionals who have had their entire lives turned upside down by COVID-19. In this article, we will talk about why these employers are making this sudden change and what it means to be self-employed.

A Culture of Abuse: How COVID-19 Educated the Beauty Industry

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Back in the Before Times, I spent a lot of time restructuring compensation and pricing for salon owners. Most of these salon owners made...

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