The Missouri independent contractor agreement is a document in which a contractor and a client can establish the terms of an exchange of services for financial compensation. The contractor’s hired duties, the agreed-upon financial compensation, and the effective date must be clearly defined within the form. To avoid any future dispute, the client should specify whether the contractor is required to cover their own expenses or obtain insurance. Once both parties have signed the document, the agreement becomes legally binding.

Laws – In Missouri, independent contractors are defined by the IRS 20 Factor Test.