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Please note: these are articles are for information purposes only and are not intended for legal or tax advice. They provide general information about 1099 and W-2 Employment classifications as they relate to single day dental temping shifts within different states. While efforts are made to ensure everything is accurate, complete and up-to-date, it's critical that anyone seeking advice or up-to-date information on these topics must consult their own independent tax or employment lawyer.
With TempStars, we operate in a number of U.S. states. Each state has their own employment and tax classifications, requirements and guidelines. In addition, there are innumerable variations to the details, tasks, responsibilities and oversight when a dental professional is working a one-day dental temping shift.
So it is incumbent on dental offices to ensure they are familiar with their state employment and tax laws, and posting shifts accordingly. Based on following the applicable state employment and tax laws, the dental offices post a temporary shift as either a 1099 or W-2 shift.
Similarly, it’s equally important that dental professionals be familiar with their state employment and tax laws and pick up temping shifts that follow state employment and tax laws.