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hello viewers today i'll show you how to print out your unemployment history how much you've been getting unemployment from the new york state or your text field everything just go your site and login and this is the login page and then go the down unemployment service you can get a direct division that you can print 1099 you can view payment history just click on employment when you click on depend but this this message is coming just ignore this and cancel and return and you go back to same place again and click again then the final piece coming this is the space you can claim from the if you need an employee claim file a claim and if you need view history click here and if you need print out the text file 1099 you can click here and now i like to print out the view history and you can update your information also that i like to print out payment history i click here and then you can the whole story and then in the face click on the right button and you see the print you can print from here you can save you can click the save first save your computer you can save you see the save benefit and save it okay okay already save or you can save different way you can save and just i already two options this is the make it to then save it and the file name already came to and click there and you can save got it and you can payment you can print it everything if you print just click the right click on the screen and print there and print and set up the printer from here and click the you set up the printer here and then you can print click the print button thank you for watching this video
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- Frankie Budnik, Staff Member
hey everyone its Sam I'm Brian from Brian Taylor law and today we're discussing if an independent contractor should get an LLC before we get into it Brian Taylor law is a business law firm we hope business owners start businesses and we also help business partners result of partnership disputes so should any pending contractors get LLC's I believe so I think generally they're going to be a good idea it's a very low cost thing to set up an LLC and the ongoing requirements are very flexible and they provide two main benefits asset protection in case you are liable for a judgment and tax efficiency for business lawyers so we're not going to really get into the tax part of it so we're gonna mainly focus on the asset protection part so if you're independent contractor and you're doing work in your own individual name you are interacting with people and every interaction that you have with a customer or vendor client whatever when you're doing business is potential exposure for a lawsuit and every contract you sign every project you take on is going to increase that exposure so if you are doing work in your own individual name the worst thing that can happen to you is something were to happen and they may not even be your fault but you have a contract we have an agreement and something goes wrong and customer client vendor decides they want to sue you they're going to sue you in their own individual name so that means that if you lose the lawsuit you are going to be responsible to pay that judgment and if you don't have the cash to pay the judgment then your other assets could potentially be seized to pay that judgment so if you have an LLC and you're in the same scenario so you have an LLC you do some work and something goes wrong you Sood and you lose the LLC has to pay the judgment so the extent of reliability is whatever the LLC owns your other assets outside of the LLC so assets that are not owned by the LLC won't be touched to satisfy judgments against the LLC so I hope you can see from there that when you're doing work as an independent contractor it really does benefit you to put your your business into an LLC and then again you have the attached benefits as well having said all of that there was a scenario that I did come across before where it was not in the independent contractors best interest to form an LLC it doesn't really happen often and it happened because so essentially is we decided not to advise them to form an LLC because this particular person was in some sort of government program that had income requirements so I think one of the requirements was that they were not allowed to own a certain percentage and any type of company so when you have an LLC and here's a company and if you end up in a contractor and you're forming out and they'll say then obviously you're gonna own a hundred percent of a company and so having that would have violated the terms of that government benefit and so in that case and it wasn't have been advisable for that person to own an LLC but and just pretty much any other case it's really not gonna hurt you if you're an independent contractor to form an LLC it's only gonna help if you as long as you're good at record-keeping and you're keeping a bank account separate when you're forming an LLC and you're you're maintaining the annual requirement then you're going to see that that you're protecting yourself a lot more as an LLC owner than just doing business in your own individual name so I hope that was helpful if it was please feel free to like comment subscribe there's anything in the comments or if there's anything in the videos that you feel that you would like for us to talk about more please feel free to let us know we're here for you we like to provide content that we feel provide to value so hope you enjoy and we'll talk soon
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