The New York State Commercial Goods Transportation Industry Fair Play Act is requiring a new statutory test that will considerably reduce the number of independent contractors delivering commercial goods in New York. To attain compliance, you may need to incorporate your business.

Call ATBS at 888-640-4829 to see if you are compliant or the next steps required to attain compliance. 

Incorporating is an important step in the life of your business and one that can result in significant tax savings for you.

Click the eBook to download your free copy of "Owner-Operator Incorporation" to help you decide which business entity form is best for your business!


 

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