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  • No employees, single member NJ LLC......No worker's comp needed, right? New Jersey

    Hi, I own three single member LLC startups in NJ plus run a fledgling nonprofit corporation. The NJ state websites are very misleading with their information, thus I have some questions:

    1. Two of the single member LLCs have no employees nor independent contractors working with the LLC.....I am the owner/solo proprietor and do all the work myself. The business is not required to purchase worker's comp, right?

    2. One of the single member LLCs has independent contractors working with the business. Since they are independent contractors (and I have classified them correctly...they are not employees), the business is not required to purchase worker's comp, right?

    3. One nonprofit corporation. Me plus 3 trustees as the officers. Officers are classified as volunteers on our articles of incorporation...they will not be remunerated at any point in the future, as this is what they knowingly agreed to (they offer some useful advice from time to time). No worker's comp needed, right?


    I thank you for any help...this website is a huge help for so many people out there.

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    Someone here may know for sure but if you don't get an answer here, why don't you call the NJ Division of WC & ask them.
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      Generally if you had WC and ICs you would have to prove under audit that they were covered elsewhere under another WC policy. I would suggest making sure sure you get that same documentation documentation even if you are not required to have a policy.

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