Contractor trying to be Permanent

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Erica D in Dallas, Texas

76 months ago

I have been working for BofA as a contractor for almost a year and now they have offered me a permanent position. I was self employed before working for them. The company did not do well. I also had periods of unemployment. I haven't done anything with my company for a few years but it is still listed as active, but not in good standing. I know that I need to list that I was self employed because I did file taxes for years ago and it does list that I was self employed. Do you think BofA would frown on that and not want to hire me? Would they ask for tax records? Should I list that I was self employed only until 2006 even though the company still says it is active? I haven't filed taxes or did anything with the business since that time.

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John Koptyra in Redlands, California

76 months ago

I think working as a contractor and then being offered a job says they like you. You should not have a problem being honest with them

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