independent-contractor

Independent Contractor Contract Template

$275

If you hire independent contractors (as opposed to employees) to provide services in your business, then this customizable contract template is for you.

The Details

This contract template addresses important issues that need to be included in contracts with independent contractors, including:

  • The services the independent contractor will perform for the client
  • How much the independent contractor will be compensated for their services
  • What expenses will be reimbursed by the client
  • Who owns the copyright to the work product created by the independent contractor
  • How confidential information will be treated
  • How the parties can terminate the contract
  • What happens if there is a dispute between the parties
  • And much more

What's Inside
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