In the Work Classification box they need to list the work class they performed as well as the words "bona-fide owner". Then list hours in box 4. No wages or deductions required for boxes 5-8. In the remarks section of SOC state "Owner taxes paid quarterly" (or I suppose annually if this is a one-time gig, though I've not come across that myself).
Also submit a W-9 with the certified payroll to the prime. It doesn't get turned in with the payroll, but it makes sense to request it (sort of "proves" they were working as a company/contractor and not as an employee)
I believe they are treated as a subcontractor and must prepare their own certified payroll reports.
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Normally, the GC will require that the independent contractor report themselves separately on certified payroll. If the certified payroll is electronic, then that person will need to be set up as a user, which normally the GC is in control of. If certified payroll is not electronic, then the person will have to fill out a WH-347, sign and send in.
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