Federal W-4, State Equivalent W-4(if applicable), and I-9 are the forms necessary, but you simply need to keep those filed at your company. You don't need to send them anywhere. I personally wouldn't recommend doing a SS-8, unless your accountant advises it. This is the type of issue you should make sure your accountant is aware of. Since this will affect payroll taxes and quarterly tax returns, you are going have contact with him/her soon, anyway. Also, there may be specific details he/she may be privy to, in your business, that could affect how or even whether you convert the 1099's.
by Bryan - 3 hours ago
getting a w-4 and an I-9 is about it; if the state has an equivalent of the w-4 get one of those from each employee too. start paying the payroll taxes as required and poof - you now have employees. the Feds will also require that you verify SSNs as shown on the W-4/I-9
by wg0z - 3 hours ago
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