Why the IRS Wants Uber Drivers Classified as Employees

August 12, 2015
Dana Greenstein

Uber, a $50 billion worldwide company that matches drivers with passengers using cutting-edge technology, faces a battle in California over whether its drivers are employees or independent contractors. It is a question that many startups are facing, but is an old problem that many small and medium-sized firms encounter.  Read more in the Accounting Web.


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