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Don't Fall for the 1099 Trap-the Harmful Effects of Worker Misclassification
This webinar will be recorded and shared with all registrants in case you can not make it in person.

Misclassification is a serious issue. Workers throughout the country are unknowingly accepting 1099/independent contractor wages. The consequences for both the worker and the employer have been misunderstood or ignored for years.

Tradition does not make the 1099 classification right. Dental hygienists who play this dangerous game end up paying higher income taxes, forfeit federal labor protections benefits, and put their license at risk. Learn how to have the classification conversation before agreeing to any work assignment. Why not invest an hour of your time to cut through the clutter and learn the truth?

* Understand the IRS definition of an employee
* Learn why each state license language matters
* Clear up the misconceptions about being paid as a 1099 vs an employee
* Know where to find accurate information about worker classifications

Dec 1, 2021 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Anne Nugent Guignon
Anne is a visionary thinker. Anne’s WHY began back in 1971. She simply wanted to know what worked best for each patient. As her curiosity grew, so did her passion for sharing information. Anne’s global thinking resulted in numerous accolades for mentoring, research, and guiding her profession. Anne a highly sought-after international speaker, prolific author, and RDH Magazine feature writer and a recognized expert on the oral microbiome and pathogenic biofilms, salivary dysfunction, cariology and erosive tooth wear, ergonomics, and employment law matters. Despite her accomplishments, Anne’s clinician heart is always focused on making clinical practice better, easier, and more rewarding. In 2015 she was awarded the CSP, the National Speakers Association’s highest earned credential.