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Independent contractors pay higher taxes, are paid less consistently than statutory employees, and, unlike statutory employees, they may freely perform the same type of work for multiple businesses.

(A) taxes, are paid less consistently than statutory employees, and, unlike statutory employees, they may freely

(B) taxes and are paid less consistently than statutory employees; unlike statutory employees, though, independent contractors are free to

(C) taxes and paid less consistently than are statutory employees, but they, unlike statutory employees, are freely allowed to

(D) taxes and are paid less consistently than are statutory employees; in addition, unlike statutory employees, independent contractors can freely

(E) taxes and paid less consistently than are statutory employees; moreover, unlike statutory employees, they are allowed to


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