Employer's Legal Handbook: Manage Your Employees & Workplace Effectively

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A well-written and very comprehensive book on the subject of self-employment
Stephen Fisherman is a prolific author. He has written many books on the subject of law, including: “Deduct It! Lower
Your Small Business Taxes,” “Every Landlord's Tax Deduction Guide” and “Home Business Tax Deductions: Keep What You Earn--plus many other legal and business books.”
“Working for Yourself: Law & Taxes for Independent Contractors, Freelancers & Consultants” is a well-written and very comprehensive book on the subject of self-employment. It includes 21 chapters, and covers almost every aspect of working for yourself, such as the Good, the Bad and the Ugly, choosing legal form and name of your firm, home office or outside office, licenses, permits, and ID numbers, insurance, pricing and getting paid, taxes, employees and independent contractors, record keeping, accounting, retirement options, copyrights, trade secrets and patents, client agreements, further resources, forms and documents, and sample agreements.
“Working for Yourself: Law & Taxes for Independent Contractors, Freelancers & Consultants” has over 380 pages. It is a useful and practical book for you if you are thinking about working for yourself.
Gang Chen, Author of “LEED AP Exam Guide” & “Planting Design Illustrated.” LEED AP, AIA
 

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