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    TS Casting Couch

    I know with covid everything went on a bit of a break, but ts casting couch has not been updated since March. Will there be any new girls on there anytime soon?

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    If we get new girls in California but it's as much to do with the AB5 laws in California that even if a model does one shoot, we have to fill in paperwork for her as a full employee which is a lot of work for her and us, and then she gets taxed and SS from that. TSCastingcouch pays a lot less than the other sites as it's a test site. We moved the site to be part of the network so members get access to all those updates on UKTgirls, Canadian, Russian, BBW, Postop, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GroobySteven View Post
    If we get new girls in California but it's as much to do with the AB5 laws in California that even if a model does one shoot, we have to fill in paperwork for her as a full employee which is a lot of work for her and us, and then she gets taxed and SS from that. TSCastingcouch pays a lot less than the other sites as it's a test site. We moved the site to be part of the network so members get access to all those updates on UKTgirls, Canadian, Russian, BBW, Postop, etc.
    Interesting.....
    So would you say that the AB5 laws hurt the adult industry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrFanti View Post
    Interesting.....
    So would you say that the AB5 laws hurt the adult industry?
    It hurt the Californian industry. Almost nobody produces there is they can help it now and would rather film elsewhere, so first timer girls in California are unlikely to get a shoot.
    We used to have models complete their paperwork, including their W9 and issue them a check immediately, now we have to go through an onerous procedure of signing them up as an employee and getting all their details into our system (which has a cost), and then paying them on payroll day which can be up to a week later (it's usually bank transfer but if they want check then it could be up to a week to get the check issued, and mailed, a few more days for them to receive and cash it.

    All of this for a model getting paid between $300-$800, one time for 3-4 hours work.
    It's completely pointless and backwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GroobySteven View Post
    It hurt the Californian industry. Almost nobody produces there is they can help it now and would rather film elsewhere, so first timer girls in California are unlikely to get a shoot.
    We used to have models complete their paperwork, including their W9 and issue them a check immediately, now we have to go through an onerous procedure of signing them up as an employee and getting all their details into our system (which has a cost), and then paying them on payroll day which can be up to a week later (it's usually bank transfer but if they want check then it could be up to a week to get the check issued, and mailed, a few more days for them to receive and cash it.

    All of this for a model getting paid between $300-$800, one time for 3-4 hours work.
    It's completely pointless and backwards.
    Interesting....
    Do you think it was enacted to help protect the individual or another way to collect taxes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrFanti View Post
    Interesting....
    Do you think it was enacted to help protect the individual or another way to collect taxes?
    Naively, probably to protect the individual. What they ended up doing was creating bigger barriers to freelance work, which results in people looking for loopholes, or moving our of state, thus a loss in taxes.

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    Things are a lot more relaxed in the Philippines. I know .....I live there.

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