WalterW
WalterW
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February 17th, 2019 at 11:46:16 PM permalink
You hire a person to press the slot machine button, pay him wages, issue him 1099.
Suddenly he hits a 1200 jackpot, I think you can't accept the w-2g for him so his name must be on the w-2g.
In this case, how to put his tax burden on you?
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February 18th, 2019 at 12:02:25 AM permalink
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Tanko
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February 18th, 2019 at 3:23:58 AM permalink
Quote: WalterW

In this case, how to put his tax burden on you?



You would probably lose the jackpot and the wages you paid him.

"The person who pushes a slot machine button or pulls the arm is the person who wins the jackpot."
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February 18th, 2019 at 4:48:59 AM permalink
Quote: WalterW

You hire a person to press the slot machine button, pay him wages, issue him 1099.
Suddenly he hits a 1200 jackpot, I think you can't accept the w-2g for him so his name must be on the w-2g.
In this case, how to put his tax burden on you?



https://www.wired.com/2017/02/russians-engineer-brilliant-slot-machine-cheat-casinos-no-fix/

you have them pay you vast sums of money in the chance that you have a winning method and you dont cheat them and let them keep the winnings

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