An independent contractor agreement is between a client and a company that makes a promise to produce services in exchange for payment. The client will have no responsibility for employees, subcontractors, or personnel in connection with the services provided. Their only obligation will be to pay the independent contractor with no liability if anyone should get injured during the performance of the work.

IRS Form W-9 – Should be completed by an independent contractor before any services are provided or an agreement is made. This form is not filed with the IRS but is required to be held by the payer of services for at least four (4) years.

IRS Form 1099 – To be filed with the IRS at the end of the year if the payer paid an independent contractor $600 or more.

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1-Page Independent Contractor Agreement – Simple form that is used for easy and straightforward agreements.

Accountant (Bookkeeper) Independent Contractor Agreement –

Caregiver Independent Contractor Agreement

Consulting Independent Contractor Agreement – To hire an individual or company for the guidance and direction in an area of expertise.

Loan (Mortgage) Officer Independent Contractor Agreement –

Massage Therapist (Spa) Independent Contractor Agreement – Between a massage therapist and their company to detail the amount of renting a room, client share (%), and any other terms.

Nanny Independent Contractor Agreement –

Pet Sitter Independent Contractor Agreement –

Real Estate Independent Contractor Agreement – Made between a real estate agent and their company. The contract will detail commission splits, fees to be paid by the agent, and any other terms to be agreed upon.

Sales Commission Independent Contractor Agreement – If a party is to be paid based on a percentage of their sales, also known as a “commission”.

Salon Independent Contractor Agreement – Made between a hair stylist and the owner of a salon.

Tattoo Independent Contractor Agreement –

Trucking Independent Contractor Agreement –

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Non-Compete

Confidentiality (Non-Disclosure)

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