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Are You a Cleaning Company with 1099 Contractors?

Are You a Cleaning Company with 1099 Contractors? Here’s What You Need to Know

Welcome to the fast-paced world of running a cleaning business! If you’re managing a team of 1099 contractors, you understand the thrill—and the challenges—that come with it. To give you a clearer picture, we’ve included a helpful video right below. Take a moment to watch it and discover how Gig Worker Solutions can assist your 1099 cleaning contractors.

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This resource is designed to provide you with practical information that can assist in maximizing your operational efficiency and ensuring your contractors are well-supported. Don’t miss out on understanding all the benefits available to you through the FFRCA!

By letting your 1099 cleaning contractors know about this tax benefit, you could put much-needed money in their pockets. They will really appreciate you sharing this with them, especially when they receive their refund check.

Here are some details you need to know about the Families First Coronavirus Response Act:

The Self-Employed Tax Credit (SETC) and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFRCA) offer significant benefits, particularly relevant during the challenging times brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are three key facts about these provisions:

  1. Paid Leave Credits for Self-Employed Individuals: Under the FFRCA, self-employed individuals can qualify for paid sick leave and family leave equivalent credits if they are unable to work due to COVID-19-related reasons. This includes quarantining under government orders, seeking diagnosis or preventive care for COVID-19, or caring for a family member who is quarantining or sick due to COVID-19.
  2. Coverage Period: The FFRCA originally provided these benefits for eligible workers from April 1, 2020, through December 31, 2020. However, subsequent legislation extended the availability of these credits for self-employed individuals on several occasions, most recently through September 30, 2021, under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
  3. Calculation of Credit: For eligible self-employed individuals, the amount of the sick and family leave equivalent credits is calculated based on the average daily self-employment income of the individual. The daily self-employment income is the net earnings from self-employment for the tax year divided by 260. This amount is then multiplied by the number of days the individual is unable to perform services in their trade or business for a qualifying COVID-19 related reason.

These measures were part of a broader legislative effort to mitigate the economic impact of the pandemic, providing critical support to self-employed individuals and small businesses during an unprecedented economic downturn.

Thank  you for taking the time to learn more about how the SETC/FFRCA can benefit your cleaning companies 1099 self employed contractors. Our goal at Gig Workers Solutions is to provide you with tools and insights that genuinely make a difference. If you find the information about SETC/FFRCA useful, or if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here to help and support you every step of the way.

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