Below you will find some indicators showing that the worker is a contractor, the work relationship will be a “contract for service”:
the worker does not have anyone overseeing his or her activities (working independently)
the worker is usually free to work when and for whom he or she chooses and may provide his or her services to different payers at the same time
the worker can accept or refuse work from the payer
the working relationship between the payer and the worker does notpresent a degree of continuity, loyalty, security, subordination, or integration, all of which are generally associated with an employer-employee relationship
the worker provides the tools and equipment needed for the work, and is responsible for the costs of repairs, insurance, and maintenance to the tools and equipment
the worker supplies his or her own workspace, is responsible for the costs to maintain it, and does substantial work from that site
Integration needs to be considered by positively answering a question: are you performing a service and the result of the work is developing your own business?