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Yes and yes...I did some research and this is normal despite other businesses not doing so with me. I've sent him my UBI but may have to send my SSN which I hate to do frankly but if it's the way, it's the way.
The reason that companies who do work for you do not require a 1099 is because they give you an invoice. To avoid the 1099 trap, get a stack of invoices printed up. When a job is completed, fill one out detailing your charges, then give it to the customer. This gives the customer a paper trail for the deduction they will claim as an expense. The invoice should identify you or your business, have a date, and specify the customer by name. Regards, Clark
I've sent him my UBI but may have to send my SSN which I hate to do frankly but if it's the way, it's the way.
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