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We’re stoked about launching the new GoDaddy Pro, an experience totally tailored to the unique needs of website designers and developers. But if you’re one of these folks (we call them Makers of the Web) you might be going, GoDaddy Pro isn’t new! It’s been around for a while.
And you’d be right. GoDaddy Pro has existed, in one form or another, for a few years. If you stick to a black-and-white definition, GoDaddy Pro isn’t new.
The name started as a platform for freelancers, then we created an interface for managing multiple WordPress websites, and now… Well, GoDaddy Pro is something so unique that we’re comfortable describing it as new.
Within the GoDaddy family, GoDaddy Pro is distinctly its own thing. It’s an app, a platform, and a community. We built GoDaddy Pro from the ground up to not only meet your needs, but empower you to achieve … Read more
This post was originally published on Feb. 5, 2015, and was updated on April 2, 2018, March 27, 2019, Feb. 5, 2020 and Jan 29, 2021.
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If you’ve worked as an independent contractor during 2020, a Form 1099-NEC should have landed in your mailbox or inbox around the end of January. The 1099-NEC, Nonemployee Income, is an informational form that U.S. businesses are required to send to people they paid more than $600 for services during the last calendar year.
- You do not necessarily have to have a business for payments for your services to be reported on Form 1099-NEC. You may simply perform services as a non-employee.
- The payer has determined that an employer-employee relationship does not exist