Q: I started with a company as a 1099 contractor. During the interview I was told they don't care when I come in or leave, etc. I've been there for two years now, and built a substantial income. The company is now demanding that I be on time, attend mandatory meetings and have implemented a mandatory dress code. Am I a contractor or an employee?
A: If you are being told when report to work, what to wear, and you use the company's tools or equipment then you are probably not a contractor but an employee.
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