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Re: Ca Signing Agents and SB 5
Posted by  Cheryl Elliott of CA on 12/1/19 8:19am Msg #613042
I can see where notaries go sit at a title company and work all day for a set fee, no matter how many signings they oerform, could be dubbed "employees" as their work schedule is set by the title company, and they could be required to deduct FICA/FUTA and state/federal taxes by collecting W9s.

Or, they hire through a temp to hire employment agency and that agency collects taxes through an agency agreement with title.

I work for so many different companies during the course of a day/week/month, not sure how this would work. I have signed IC agreements with most of the companies I work with where it says I'm responsibl to pay local, state and federal taxes and any licensing requirements.

I wonder how this is doable state to state, it seems to me it will be problematic and a lot like trying to herd a hundred million feral cats in a barnyard.
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Messages in this Thread
 Ca Signing Agents and SB 5 -  rengel/CA on 11/30/19 9:43pm
 I think you mean AB 5 -  Cheryl Elliott on 11/30/19 10:51pm
 Yep -- AB 5 -  rengel/CA on 12/1/19 12:02am
 My takeaways on this bill. -  JanetK_CA on 12/2/19 6:43pm
 Re: Ca Signing Agents and SB 5 - ArtG/KS on 12/1/19 7:26am
 Re: Ca Signing Agents and SB 5 -  Cheryl Elliott on 12/1/19 8:19am
 Re: Ca Signing Agents and SB 5...Msg #612366 - Linda_H/FL on 12/1/19 7:43am
 Re: Ca Signing Agents and SB 5 - Michelle/AL on 12/2/19 10:35am



 
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