Updated on November 15th, 2021
A Minnesota independent contractor agreement is a legal document in which a contractor agrees to provide a service for a client in exchange for payment. It provides a detailed description of the requested service and specifies pertinent financial information, including the contractor’s wage, how often they’ll be paid, and whether they will be compensated for service-related expenses.
The agreement becomes effective once signed and terminates either on a specific date or after the contractor has completed their duties. It is also permissible for the agreement to continue perpetually until either party decides to terminate by presenting the other with sufficient notice of termination.