deferred) while the employee/independent contractor is working for the company, and then is paid out to the employee-independent contractor at a future date.
What does EIC stand for?
EIC stands for Employee/Independent Contractor (taxes)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 239 other meanings of EIC in our Acronym Attic
- Electrical Instrumentation & Control
- Electrical Insulation Conference
- Electron Ion Collider (nuclear physics)
- Electronic Imaging Center (USAF)
- Electronic Information Center
- Electronic Information Corporation
- Embedded Interference Cancellation
- Emergency Interoperability Consortium
- Employee in Charge (railroad safety)
- Employee Involvement Coordinator
- Employer Identification Code
- Enchantment Insulator Club (New Mexico telephone & telegraph insulator collectors)
- End Item Code
- Endocrine Issues Coalition
- Endometrial Intraepithelial Neoplasia
- Energy Ideas Clearinghouse
- Energy Integration Congress (Business News Americas)
- Engineer in Charge
- Engineering & Installation Center
- Engineering Institute of Canada
Samples in periodicals archive:
28) Middle District Disregards Employee/Independent Contractor Issue The bankruptcy court for the Middle District of Florida realized that the employee-independent contractor distinction was irrelevant in a 1991 ruling.
In most situations, the factors that tend to be most pertinent to the employee/independent contractor analysis include: * whether the company provides instructions (oral instructions, staff meetings, manuals, etc.
Following this, I would like to discuss alternatives to President Clinton's proposed solution to the employee/independent contractor dispute.
On an employee/independent contractor issue, we will not make a legal judgment on whether a person is an employee or an independent contractor.
The purpose of this article is to provide background information about the employee/independent contractor issue, so that property management firms can better manage the risks associated with employment status.
Employee/Independent Contractor Determinations Among the areas receiving increased scrutiny recently from the Internal Revenue Service is employee/independent contractor determinations.
NSPA has joined with several other professional societies and government agencies to improve several key areas of tax law and tax practice, such as employee/independent contractor issues, wage reporting simplification and professionalism in tax practice.