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How do illegal immigrants live in the US successfully for 20 years, including getting a driving license, get a job, pay taxes, and buy a house?I live in Arizona and have seen a lot of this go down over the last couple decades. It boils down to numerous businesses, both small and large who are willing to capitalize on a cheap, extremely hard working labor force (legal status be damned). There are very few white people in this state who work as laborers in landscaping, roofing, concrete, tree trimming, house painting, dish washing, car washing, house cleaning, and crop harvesting. The white people run the companies. Or are the foremen or managers. But almost every person busting thier ass at the physical work is from Mexico and many speak little if any English.They are getting paid under the table, or they are using stolen identites for tax purposes (a decade ago a friend of mine's brother was sent a letter from the IRS claiming he was several years and thousands of dollars behind on taxes, his brother was 13 at the time). These immigrant workers are also doing the job for less than a legal citizen would take, sometimes less than minimum wage. This saves the companies money, and law enforcement did little to crack down on the employers. And since the businesses were making money on the cheap labor, they didn't want the cops to end the gravy train either.A cottage industry of slum lords were more than willing to take rent money from these immigrants for houses and apartments, and if you sell a car in a private transaction there is no legal requirement to verify the legal status of the buyer. Sure they are supposed to register and insure it, but that only matters if they get pulled over, and the smart ones register it under a family memeber who is a citizen or has a green card.Now that you have an immigrant population with money to spend, entrepreneurial people who speak the same language will start local businesses to cater to the needs of these folks who might be shy to spend their money in a store where they have trouble communicating. And all this feeds back into and perpetuates the cycle.So the short answer is: money!
My employer made me fill out a w-9 he pays me by the hour and with holds taxes from me this isn't legal is it either he needs to have me fill out a w2 or not with hold taxes am I correct about this?Think of the W-9 as a vehicle between a pay provider or a vendor and an independent contractor. When a W-9 is involved, we typically do not use the terms "employer" or "employee". Rather we use the terms vendor and independent contractor. If you have filled out a W-9, then the person paying for labor sees the worker as an independent contractor, not an employee. In this case you get a 1099-MISC and not a Form W-2 at the end of the year. (People and companies that pay for labor often prefer to pay workers as independent contractors, instead of as employees, because the payor does not have to pay employment taxes or provide other benefits.) If you fail to fill out and provide a completed W-9 when one is requested of you, then the person paying for labor is required to hold back part of the pay to the independent contractor (mandatory back up withholding). However, if you have provided a signed W-9 back to the person paying you, then you are correct, the payor should not be withholding anything (unless you have more than one single status as a worker for this company?) If you have filled out and returned only a W-9 to the person who pays you, and know for sure you have not also filled out a W-4 (to be treated as an employee and later receive a W-2), and you can also produce paycheck stubs that show withholding for Social Security and Medicare, state taxes (FICA, MED, etc.), then you should raise this issue with your tax preparer and ask if you should consider filing a Form SS-8 when you complete your tax return. Better yet, print out and bring a Form SS-8 into work now, and ask to speak with someone in human resources, personnel, or the accounting office at the company about that Form SS-8. An SS-8 form should sufficiently scare the bejesus out of the company. If some foul play is at work here, the concern over a Form SS-8 will make people sit up and pay attention. If it is something else (like some of your work is as an employee and other more independent projects are paid out to contractors instead of employees,) then an SS-8 will still be effective... the person paying for labor will go out of their way to then be as clear as possible in explaining their actions. Two final thoughts: 1) Remember, it does not matter what they are doing or not doing, or whether it is legal or questionable. It only matters what you can demonstrate or prove. If you don't get real, live paychecks or at least a stub or advice of deposit that shows withholding, then it will be difficult for you to demonstrate what has or is happening. 2) Sit with a professional tax preparer this coming tax season - and just pay for the service. If you've never seen or filled out a Form SS-8 before, now is not the time to venture it on your own. I can probably figure out how to change the oil in my car by myself. I go to a mechanic for an oil change for a reason.
Is it true that there are some people working as programmers and don't really know how to code?Working with a very small team we hired a gentleman with a fairly impressive resume. He’d earned the title of “Senior Developer” at one of his jobs with relatively few years experience, and kept it forward through several jobs since then.We hired him with the same title, and while I wasn’t a part of his interviews I know we normally included a few code-proficiency screeners.Well, he worked under our front end lead for a few weeks with very little progress. Finally my colleague couldn’t handle working with him anymore and forced our manager to make a change.The change was apparently to transfer him to my purview.So I spent a week working directly with him one-on-one.It was apparent he wasn’t familiar with the language we were using on the back-end, which was Java, but I’m a firm believer that you need good developers not good Java developers. We can teach syntax.I figured I’d be clever. I asked him his best language - it was PHP. I have a few years of PHP under my belt, so no problem! Solve it in PHP, I’ll translate.The problem was simple. I wanted a function that took a list of objects and returned a new list containing one of the attributes (the ID) from each.After nearly an hour, the only meaningful thing he’d managed to say was “There are many ways to iterate a list in PHP”, but none were forthcoming.Not only was he working as a programmer, he was a “Senior Developer” who was probably only a couple jobs away from transitioning into management.What may blow your mind is he wasn’t even our worst hire. Because he wrote so little code, we caught it early and very little damage was done beyond a little lost time.
How do you fill out a W2 tax form if I'm an independent contractor?Thanks for asking.If you are asking how to report your income as an independent contractor, then you do not fill out a W-2. You will report your income on your federal tax return on Schedule C which will have on which you list all of your non-employee income and associated expenses. The resulting net income, transferred to Schedule A is what you will pay self-employment and federal income tax on. If this too confusing, either get some good tax reporting software or get a tax professional to help you with it.If you are asking how to fill out a W-2 for someone that worked for you, either get some good tax reporting software or get a tax professional to help you with it.This is not tax advice, it is only my opinion on how to answer this question.
Which GST form should I fill out for filing a return as a building work contractor?You need to file GSTR 3b and GSTR 1 ,if it government contract make sure to claim INPUT for TDS deducted amount.
Does a NAFTA TN Management consultant in the U.S. still need to fill out an i-9 form even though they are an independent contractor?Yes.You must still prove work authorization even though you are a contractor. You will fill out the I9 and indicate that you are an alien authorized to work, and provide the relevant details of your TN visa in support of your application.Hope this helps.
What do I fill out as the "current USCIS status" on form i-485?The I-485 form was updated in June 2017!Here is a guide on how to fill out the latest I-485.