UI Test - Prior to January 1, 2011

Unemployment Insurance - Worker Classification

Prior to January 1, 2011

Condition Nine - Business Liabilities

The individual has recurring business liabilities or obligations.

Explanation of Condition Nine

This condition is concerned with unavoidable and regularly occurring liabilities or obligations of a business nature and not merely the expenses incurred in connection with the performance of specific services for a specific employing unit. For example, an attorney will incur direct expenses in representation of a particular client. By contrast, the attorney will also have an unavoidable and regularly recurring liabilities or obligations unrelated to the representation of any particular client, such as state bar dues, continuing legal education, business liability or malpractice insurance, rent or made mortgage payments with respect to a business location apart from the individual's residence.


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