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The most FAQ question being received is related to Invoicing. The problem with answering this question is that there are so many different ways to process the invoice once it's received. If you are an individual or a company who is requesting information on invoicing please let us know what you are currently doing and we will be able to assist with that process. Invoicing may also differ if you're dealing with one individual or one hundred. The more information that you provide to us, is the easier it will be for us to help you. Thanks for your questions.
Employees or Independent Contractors: This is a very thin line. It is extremely difficult to have employees with this work at home model. The hours are never guaranteed, the average revenue may not permit you to pay the required minimum wage, and you will be required to pay for their classes whether pass or fail. If you determine that you will have employees you must pay for their hours while they are in the certification classes. You are also responsible for paying them while they are servicing even if their computers go down or the call volume is low. You may be responsible for paid vacation, health insurance, sick days etc. There are also several benefits to taking on employees, such as government grant opportunities etc., greater access to more potential employees. If you make the decision to have employees - you are required to meet all city, county, state and federal government standards. I would not recommend an employee model without consulting a certified accountant and or an attorney. As a business you must also be aware of how you are treating your clients, employees or contractors. The relationship must not only be clearly defined, the communication and treatment must also match their association.