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used the trucks to drive to various job sites and to perform
their duties. Petitioner also provided all three workers with
cell phones and cell phone service in 2003.
Petitioner’s workers were usually paid standard amounts on a
weekly basis throughout 2003. Raul Ramirez was paid by check,
mostly in $600 and $700 amounts. Carlos Ramirez was usually paid
$500 by check. Hernandez was usually paid by check in November
and December 2003 in amounts slightly more or less than $500.
Petitioner also paid Hernandez $7,550 in cash throughout 2003.
Petitioner provided bonus checks to all three workers on
December 24, 2003. Generally, petitioner’s payments to his
workers were based on work performed, but he paid his workers the
same basic amount weekly even when there was a lack of work in
his waterproofing business in general or a lag in the amount of
work required of them individually.
Petitioner employed an accountant to prepare his Federal
employment tax forms and returns for 2003. Petitioner filed
Forms 1099-MISC, Miscellaneous Income, reporting nonemployee
compensation payments made to his workers in 2003. Petitioner
provided the information and documents that his accountant used
in preparing his returns.
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