MO HB 214
Establishes the criteria of a worker to be considered as an independent contractor.
Establishes the criteria of a worker to be considered as
an independent contractor. States that independent
contractors shall have a written contract that states the person is an independent contractor, not an employee, and that the person is responsible for all costs, fees, and taxes as an independent contractor. The person must have the right to control the manner and means by which the work is accomplished, and satisfies at least five out of nine listed requirements of an independent contractor. Also, changes the definition of "employee" by removing the reference to the factors in IRS Rev. Rule 87-41, 1987-1 C.B.296 and stating that an individual who meets the requirements for an independent contractor as specified in this bill is not an employee.
01/06/2021 Read first time.
01/07/2021 Read second time.
02/25/2021 Referred to House Committee on Economic Development.
03/04/2021 Public hearing completed.
03/08/2021Executive session completed.
03/08/2021House Committee reported do pass.
03/08/2021Referred to House Committee on Rules - Legislative Oversight.
03/25/2021 Executive session completed.
03/25/2021 House Committee reported do pass.
03/31/2021 Placed on the Informal Perfection Calendar in the House.
05/14/2021 Died upon adjournment.