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Old 10-10-2017, 10:55 AM
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How on earth do I hire an assistant, do so LEGALLY, and NOT break the bank?

Hiring dd, so the state says I don't have to have comp as she is a relative.

Dh has employees, and he pretty much pays their salary twice over for insurance and tax matching. If that's the case, I will take a cut in pay to double my ratio!

Our accountant is only open M-F 9-4, and he won't do a phone conference, so that's out.

Any advice here? I'm at a loss!

I have an EIN, starting an employee handbook (any advice there)

and this is all nice talk, since my new state rep WONT EVEN ANSWER MY F*** CALLS.
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