The perennial question has reared its head and it was just a matter of time given the burgeoning gig economy. The new working arrangements provide flexibility for workers, arrangers and customers. But what are the tax and other economic implications for those involved?
A recent decision by the Fair Work Commission in Joshua Klooger v Foodora Australia Pty Ltd  FWC 6836 demonstrates what can go wrong when the critical concept of engagement is misinterpreted.
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