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  • Florida Independent Contractor Question

    My girlfriend is a manager for a home owners association in Florida and we are having a debate regarding liability coverage. She is currently being paid as an outside 1099 contractor for her duties, bookkeeping etc. and occasionally light repairs and maintenance of the grounds. From time to time I help her with jobs that she either can’t do or mostly just to lend a hand. Would she (or I) be covered by the HOA’s liability coverage for work done as the manager of the property even though she is being compensated as an outside contractor? It seems like there is a bit of a grey area here. Please help, this is leading to hours of debates, or let me know of some places to look. Thank you.

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    And I'm not comfortable at all that she is even properly classified as an IC. Here's the IRS' definition. As you can see, the primary and overriding factor is the right to control when and how the work is done, even if the employer chooses not to exercise that right.
    http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/...=99921,00.html
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      Here is the federal Labor Dept rules on the same issue,

      http://www.dol.gov/esa/regs/compliance/whd/whdfs13.htm
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