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As a business owner, there are many tasks you will delegate. It is impossible to for you to expect that you can handle every aspect of your business by yourself. You are probably going to need hire others to do work for you, and in fact, courts encourage it. That being said, who you hire to do work for you has great implications beyond simple efficiency. There are two categories of people you will hire as a business owner: independent contractors and agents. For you, it may simply be a matter of delegation. For courts and from a legal perspective, however, there are other implications involved.
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