Avoid Tax Trouble When Using Third-Party Workers
It may seem like tax season—and the paperwork that accompanies it—has just passed, but remember that as you manage your community year-round, you need to be aware of tax issues that could arise in the future. A common issue to keep your eye on is the use of outside, third-party workers to perform jobs, such as cleaning, in your community. If you don’t handle paying these workers properly throughout the year, you could get into tax trouble with the IRS or state and local tax agencies later.
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