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A self-employed person is a self-employed person or is an independent contractor or sole proprietor who reports self-employment income.

The term self-employed and independent contractor are used interchangeably and for tax filing purposes and are under the same taxable category.

A self-employed person is a self-employed person or is an independent contractor or sole proprietor who reports self-employment income. The self-employed work for themselves in a variety of trades, professions, and occupations rather than working for an employer.

Depending on the jurisdiction, the self-employed may have special tax filing requirements.

A self-employed person is someone who earns a living from any independent economic activity, rather than working for a company or an individual.

Business structures that the self-employed may choose include independent contractors, sole proprietorships or sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited partnerships and limited liability companies.

Self-employed people have very high-level knowledge and do specific work; they are specialists in their field. Self-employed people are also called artisans, as many do not have college degrees but are highly experienced in their field.

A self-employed person in the United States, as defined by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), is one who is engaged in a trade or business as a sole proprietor or independent contractor and/or is a member of a partnership engaged in a trade or business.

A self-employed person is engaged in business on his or her own account (even part-time) In other words, an independent contractor can be anyone who earns a living from any independent economic activity, rather than earning a living by working for a company or for another individual (an employer).

A freelancer or independent contractor who performs all of his or her work for a single client may still be self-employed. Independent contractors may engage in a wide variety of occupations, but are generally highly skilled in a particular type of work. Writers, publishers, traders and investors, lawyers, actors, salespeople, and insurance agents may be considered in this area.

Anyone who is self-employed, but not an independent contractor, may choose a variety of business structures. The most common are the partnership, sole proprietorship, corporation, S corporation and limited liability company (LLC).

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