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October 03, 2007

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Scott Delap

How is this a loop hole? The contractor is not classified as an employee of the company using their services but they simply can't be an employee of no company. Therefore either that staffing firm or the contractor (as their own business) pays the taxes. It is just a shifting of responsibility and money.

Colin Kingsbury

It would make a lot more sense for the government to take into account the fact that the economy is moving beyond the age of textile mills and steam trains, because that's what most of today's programs are based on. Reducing income volatility for people has some social value, but making hiring more expensive only means companies will do less of it.

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