How do I subcontract as a sole proprietor?
I can’t get a job because I work for myself. As a result, how do I get hired as a subcontracting sole proprietor?
What type of work do you do? Really all you need to do is request to be a 1099 employee, which is in fact the same as a sole proprietor. Obviously, the company must be willing to pay you that way. That's why I asked what kind of work you do. Usually commission only, example: many different sales positions will pay you as a sole proprietor. Some General contractors as well. I hope this helps. Good luck!
Depending on the line of work you are in. As a Service Provider, I do a lot of Subcontractor work. For example Property Managers sun the repair work to me. When I am on-site, I work under the company name. In reality, I am working for myself. Cable Companies use 1099 subcontractors rather than higher directly.
The problem here might be the "play'' on the wording that you are using! I am a Sole Proprietor
because I own, run and Operate my own Accounting/Tax Return Firm for the past 38 years!
You can work as a Sub-Contractor, but not as a
Sub-contracting Sole Proprietor because no such
title exist! You can be one or the other but not
both. If you operate your own business as a Sole
Proprietor then you are one. If you work as a
Sub-Contractor to another company than you
are that! that is where the 1099-Misc-NEC
Tax Form comes in! You have to decide if you
want to run your own company, or be a sub-
contractor to another company! Good luck
when you decide what you want, then you
can relay this information to that prospective
I'm a Fitter&Turner But do installation of machines and equipment
What's the trade?
Jones, for the two years you have worked for the company and the company paid well, now they don't pay good money and they just use people they way they want, may be the company have a financial resistance to strategic changes, and changes with the management, stay clam as you search for another job, but, as you search for another job remember hurting handling always occur at work when there is a new boss, when the company have no money to pay the workers, and when the management has no new strategic plan for the company growth
I would start as a temp for a company to show your worth and work ethic. I have shown this many times and received many offers this way.
Find the agencies that handle "contract work" that is in your profession. I am an Insurance Agent and work contract and like it.
Follow standard operating procedures.
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