If Photographer does not have an invoice template to use, one may be used here (https://invoiceto.me). Invoice shall include the following: Event Name, Event Date(s), Hours worked each day (Start/End Times), Total Hours Worked v. Pay Rate, , Total Amount Due, Current Address to mail a check.
W-9 Forms may be downloaded from the IRS website (https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-w9). Failure to submit a W-9 may result in delay of payment.
Under no circumstance will a photographer be paid in advance. Photographer must allow JKP Sports a minimum of two (2) weeks to have payment sent to them, before inquiring about whether or not payment was sent. All accounting questions may be sent to email@example.com.
Examples: If photographer shoots 2 hours and all equipment fails, and they have to leave, there will be no payment. If photographer shows up day 1 and works, and is a no-call/no-show day 2, there will be no payment for the event.
This is not designed to take advantage of anyone, nor to scare people off. JKP Sports photographs events in over 14 States per year and over 35,000 competitors per year, and needs committed team members showing up.
JKP Sports primary subject matter is youth sports, and we strive to offer top-rated services around the country, and must have a crew with reputable character being the face of the company on-site at our events.