Starting an LLC in California with one member/owner for CPR/Safety Training and Supplies. And wanted to know, can I contract other trainers like subcontractors, as needed, without having to notify the state due to my LLC filing info stating one member/employee?
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The LLC is free to hire ICs or employees. The fact that it is a single or multi-member entity is not relevant to that. The more relevant concern is whether these hires are likely to be classified as proper employees or not. You will not want to get that wrong. Google "employee misclassification CA law."
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Frank is correct. Business form has basically nothing to do with whether workers are employees or independent contractors. Every business form is allowed to have employees, contractors, or both, and in most business forms the owners can also be employees or not (with some tax limitations that may require S Corp owners to be paid at least some salary).
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