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S.3786 Fair Playing Field Act of 2010, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 15, 2010 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

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    • Bills Affecting Independent Contractors « 1099 Time Bomb - December 05, 2010 by 1099 Time Bomb - 15, 2010, (H.R. 6128 and S. 3786), would end the moratorium on Internal Revenue Service guidance addressing worker classification. The legislation would require the Secretary of the Treasury to issue prospective guidance clarifying the ...

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      As noted by 1099 Time Bomb on December 05, 2010, "15, 2010, (H.R. 6128 and S. 3786), would end the moratorium on Internal Revenue Service guidance addressing worker classification. The legislation would require the Secretary of the Treasury to issue prospective guidance clarifying the ..." (http://1099timebomb.com/2010/12/06/bills-affecting-independent-contractors/)
    • Congressional Approach to Misclassification of Employees as ... - December 03, 2010 by The National Law Forum - In mid-September 2010, both the Senate (S. 3786) and House (H.R. 6128) introduced the more recent of the two bills addressing misclassification – the Fair Playing Field Act of 2010. The bill would close what the sponsors of the ...

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      As noted by The National Law Forum on December 03, 2010, "In mid-September 2010, both the Senate (S. 3786) and House (H.R. 6128) introduced the more recent of the two bills addressing misclassification – the Fair Playing Field Act of 2010. The bill would close what the sponsors of the ..." (http://nationallawforum.com/2010/12/04/congressional-approach-to-misclassification-of-employees-as-independent-contractors-would-confuse-rather-than-clarify-the-law/)
    • » Blog Archive » Fair Playing Field - October 21, 2010 by Untitled - Mark Reddig spoke to Laura O'Neill about legislation in the House of Representatives and Senate concerning misclassification. You can read more about H.R. 6128 here. You can read more about S. 3786 here. Air date: Oct. 22, 2010. ...

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      As noted by Untitled on October 21, 2010, "Mark Reddig spoke to Laura O'Neill about legislation in the House of Representatives and Senate concerning misclassification. You can read more about H.R. 6128 here. You can read more about S. 3786 here. Air date: Oct. 22, 2010. ..." (http://www.landlinenow.com/blog/?p=9309)

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