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This is what the job says "It is a contract based job. Candidate will submit monthly invoices and be responsible for their own taxes." so what exactly does this mean? Thanks!
4 answers - Asked By: - 9/3/2009
I applied for a job and got a call back. Its something I would like to do but its not a regular full time job. Its says "contractor". Its for a business analsyt position. Does that mean they only work...
6 answers - Asked By: Pudge_Monsta - 2/7/2008
If there is a company out there that need cement work of any type done I am contracting to make bids on jobs in the surrounding area of sumter and colmbia,sc..If anyone contact me by email and I will ...
1 answers - Asked By: M M - 5/15/2007
Guys, I am thinking about taking a contractor job(IT field) offer. The problem is since being contractor, the company doesnt offer any health benefits, you have to go through your recruiting agnecy(ac...
1 answers - Asked By: nite a - 1/3/2012
Im going to have to start looking at professions and colleges so i was wondering what a general contractor does is the pay good is it a competitive bussiness is there like a lot of meeting and that ty...
3 answers - Asked By: jacoby - 9/5/2009
I did a job for a client, sealing a roof of a storage place. Although I sealed it all , the water leaked somehow and the client says it is my fault. Around the roof there are kind of walls , which ...
1 answers - Asked By: just me - 12/3/2009
Do defense contractors such as Lockheed Martin or Boeing offer telecommuting jobs that would be survivable on a full-time college student schedule? I'd like to accumulate money for school loan debt an...
3 answers - Asked By: Cookies - 7/11/2009
Three months ago i hired a contractor to paint the inside of my house and remove old sinks and put new sinks in and lay some tile down. He charged me $2,000.and worked at my house 4 days. He rushed...
3 answers - Asked By: Cat girl - 8/20/2010
1 answers - Asked By: Kevin - 3/5/2013
Hello! I am curious on how much an avg. private military contractor actually makes? If your ex-military (no SF training or anything), have exp. in aviations, been deployed, you would still make six...
2 answers - Asked By: El Gringo Loco - 8/14/2009
Does any one have any information on overseas government contractor jobs? A lot of websites that I've looked at either want you to pay to search for jobs or don't provide very much information at all....
4 answers - Asked By: T - 1/11/2012
We live in new york city, our contractor has done such a poor job at our renovation project and now he has walked off! we need some good contractor in brooklyn area. plz recommend someone who u've use...
1 answers - Asked By: - 3/16/2011
I am looking at a job where I sell memberships to a site. They label me as a independent contractor so I would have to pay my own taxes at the end of the year. How can I figure out my taxes so I can s...
2 answers - Asked By: hollyelizabethjean - 5/17/2008
Im 23, a veteran, and looking to go back to Afghanistan (or anywhere else hostile) as a Civilian Contractor. I was a tank mechanic in the Army and did 3 1/2 years before my contract ended. I don't thi...
1 answers - Asked By: Jesse M - 6/14/2013
I hired a contractor to do a fire damaged duplex unit. He told me in the beginning that there would be no money out of pocket. I do not have full replacement cost coverage on my insurance. We agreed f...
3 answers - Asked By: babaass - 7/22/2006
When not deployed on an international mission what do members of a private security force do in the united states such as companys like dyncorp or g4s and how often are they apployed and due they do o...
1 answers - Asked By: John - 1/16/2010
5 answers - Asked By: apm2006 - 8/7/2007
Furniture, aluminium, civil, p.o.p., fabrication all type job
1 answers - Asked By: bharat m - 4/1/2007
Hired a general contractor 2 and half months ago. This guy has come up with every excuse to not work he has shown up for a total of 20 hours if that. Every time we call he says he will be in the next ...
2 answers - Asked By: justtinkinhere - 8/26/2010
What exactly is a contractor position. How is it different from part time or full time.
1 answers - Asked By: Max - 8/17/2012
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