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Brady v. United States

Mr. Brady, a self-employed contractor, engaged individuals to provide construction services on his behalf as independent contractors.

The Internal Revenue Service claimed that the individuals were employees rather than independent contractors and that Mr. Brady owed payroll taxes as to the amounts paid to the individuals.  877 F. Supp. 444 (D. Ill. 1994).



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