Certified Self Employed (CSE)
A New Vision for America’s Independent Workforce
The growth and innovation of the American workplace has outpaced the evolution of laws and rules, creating issues ranging from independent contractor compliance to guaranteed worker protections.
MBO Partners has proposed a modern solution to address these issues and to remove the risks associated with hiring independent talent: The Certified Self-Employed worker (CSE).
This paper has been updated from its original version to provide new facts and figures, as well as to take into account implications of the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
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MBO Proposes Modernization of Independent Workforce
MBO Partners released its proposal to modify how the U.S. government classifies and regulates independent workers. By streamlining an antiquated and complicated worker classification system, this proposal, titled Certified Self-Employed (CSE): a New Vision for America’s Workforce, aims to stimulate innovation, increase tax revenues, and prevent valuable jobs from moving offshore.
How Certification May Help Reduce Compliance Risk
With issues ranging from independent contractor compliance to guaranteed worker protections, a modern solution is very necessary to (re)stimulate this innovation. MBO has released a certification solution to modify how the U.S. government classifies and regulates independent workers: Certified Self-Employed (CSE). Simply put, CSE creates a risk-free exchange of independent labor, removing any potential friction that would deter clients from utilizing independent contractors.