Starting a business

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by NasdaqTrader, Sep 12, 2006.

  1. I'm thinking about starting a physician recruiting business from home and hiring people to work from home on a 50/50 fee split. Anyway, am I responsible for matching their social security taxes on the fees they earn or is there a way perhaps that I can get away with not matching it by having them work as independent contractors and let them take care of all of their tax payments?
  2. There home, or your home?
    I didnt realise physicians were that desperate.
  3. Surely, you've heard of physicians making... "house calls."

    I had a call girl once that tried to pass herself off as a doctor. Well, she dressed up in a white lab coat.

    Acronym, with such dumb posts, how did you reach a count of 1500?
  4. The original post was highly ambiguous.
    Physicians can work from there home, or make house calls (depending on local laws), why would they pay someone 50% for that?
    Or are they working from NasdaqTraders home? That makes some sense, again depending on local laws.

    I never said i WASNT dumb, btw, which is precisely why i have so many posts. Youve been gazumped again............
    Dont you have some porn to surf?
  5. Are you an Asian?

    Just asking..
  6. Well, that didnt make much sense.
    Am i asian? Whaat?
    How does that relate, to the thread topic?
    You dont have anything to ad, to the thread starters topic?

    I was just asking for clarification.
  7. Because... you post like an Asian.

    I ask again, are you an Asian?

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    Probably, but GOOG and get the IRS requirements for independant contractors,[herafter referred to as IC], actually much different than employees.

    [NO/fees on IC -SS, But double check it !!] , the IRS definition for independant contractors
    a] IC sets own hours

    b] IC has own work tools................................................

    c] more to it but you see the pattern...............................

    murray TT,
    Still have an independant contractor business,20+years

  9. I was referring to working as a physician recruiter, not being a physician, in other words a head hunter for practices and hospitals that pay a fee to recruit doctors for them, and hiring people to work from their home, not mine, on a 50/50 fee split. Average fee for a physician placement is 25,000, so it can be quite lucrative if I have 50 or so people working from home doing about 4-5 placements per year (not hard) and getting 50% of the fees while I pay for the advertising costs.
  10. Sounds like you want to be a medical pimp.

    Stick with hos dressed like doctors.
    #10     Sep 13, 2006