contract labor paid to individual with no social security number

Discussion in 'Tax' started by effi, Apr 11, 2005.

  1. effi

    effi Guest

    what kind of substantiation should one have to support a
    deduction for a contract labor amount of under $600 paid to
    an individual who had no social security number, or would
    the deduction be disallowed solely on the base of the
    recipient having no social security number?

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