Protect yourself when you're hired as an independent contractor selling consumer products
When you sign on as a direct seller, it's
important that you establish a clear working relationship with the firm
that hired you to sell their products. And, should you ever come under IRS scrutiny, it's
essential that you make sure you're correctly classified as a contractor, and have a record outlining your status as an independent
contractor and not an employee of your client. This simple agreement,
written specifically for direct salespeople, will do just that.
the services you'll provide
deadlines you've agreed to meet
when you'll be paid, including late fees if you're not paid on time
how either side can change or end the agreement
Simply fill out the required information on the form, enter your
taxpayer ID number, print, and sign. It's that easy!
This form is appropriate for independent contractors who have been
hired to do a job. If you're hiring an independent contractor, use this