Delta-T acts as a referral service (or broker) to connect independent professionals with client opportunities that match their qualifications and interests. Being a 1099 independent contractor means you are self-employed. You will receive a 1099 Form reflecting the compensation you earned for the services you provided for clients referred by Delta-T, if your earnings during the year are at least $600. You should speak with a tax or legal professional for more information about providing services as an independent contractor.
You make all decisions throughout all aspects of the referral process; it is your decision to accept, decline, or end a client engagement offered to you. You are responsible for your own tax deductions and benefits. For detailed information on how to file taxes as an independent contractor, please speak with a qualified tax accountant, tax attorney or the Internal Revenue Service at: www.irs.gov/Individuals/Self-Employed.
Delta-T does not provide you with any benefits such as healthcare insurance, tuition reimbursement, paid vacation days or paid sick leave.