After countless months of job searching I got a job in the government . I was given a job offer which was later rescended after I told them I had not filed my 2017 taxes for which I had an extension for. I could not provide the verbal agreement from the IRS due to a government shut down . Wow what a heart break .
In January as hiring speeds up again - labor market ‘astounding’ 225,000 jobs. The numbers: The U.S. created a robust 225,000 new jobs in January to get off to a good start in 2020, reflecting surprising resilience in the labor market even though manufacturing has contracted and the economy has softened.
Why here in florida most of the employers looooove the 1099....i dont like it...I like my W2.. I thibk people accept most the 1099 cause they thinking on NOW not on the future.
Cost of living and taxes to high in virginia.... eanta state with NO state income taxes
Yes I know how it is out here for ex felony I just got out of federal prison after doing twelve years it's hard to get hired by anyone out there I guess they don't know they get a tax break by hiring us I been looking since April this year and I'm still looking
I started as a temp worker in 2016 and got hired on full time with the company that I was placed at in November 2017 I filled out the paperwork for insurance turned it in and when I never received my health insurance cards I asked my blue hat about it and he told me to ask the HR office about it I was told that they were waiting for me to turn it in I the female in charge that I gave it to that female so she went and asked her about my paperwork... see more
I’m in give up mode. I’m a CPA with decades of experience.. primarily in tax and with large and small business and individual clients. I’ve been working for peanuts for the past few years as my full-time job morphed into a sometime job. I’ve been working for a staffing company as a waiter or bartender to get by, but the money is minuscule. I’m
pretty sure it’s my age, but I can’t even get an interview. Working on my QuickBooks Pro Desktop... see more
Well, in the Spirit of a smattering of other posts . . . I TOO 'got a job' . . . after 35 years as a graphic designer, and a HARD fought, HARD opportunity chased career, finally reaching an echelon of 'Sr.' Graphic Designer, based on acumen, skill set and experience . . . and, after my last job ended with a company sale and dismantling in 2016, and nearly $3K spent in fees and postage sending out portfolio packs, and just under 350 applications... see more
Hello! So I have been having issues with being paid correctly and I have called the payroll department at the company I worked for and asked if they could send me a copy of my paystubs from 7 months until now. They said they didn’t have access to that because they switched payroll companies and no longer has access to my old paystubs from before March of this year! Is that illegal for them to not have my pay records available?
It's been six months since I worked in my field and I had applied everywhere for a job as an engineer . I went through 10 telephone interviews.. 5 on site interviews with all expenses covered .. got a job with Department of Energy .. offer rescended ..I could not get the documentation from the IRS that I had just filed my 2015 taxes because the government was shut down.
I never gave up and I kept praying . At times I wanted to and I felt so... see more
I have worked for a small electrical company full time for over a year now. I'm definitely an
employee - yet I'm paid as an independent contractor (1099). The boss just writes me a check each week. I've expressed in the past that I'd prefer to have deductions taken out, etc. I'm now preparing to file my taxes. I read that I will owe double in taxes if I file as an independent contractor vs. an employee (paying both my share AND employer's share... see more