Adassa Coach FAQs




How do I handle income and sales tax?
Adassa will issue a 1099 form to each Coach at the beginning of the new calendar year. A 1099 is issued for each non-employee that has earned commission over $600. This form is sued by our coaches to claim earnings on their tax filings.
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Regarding sales tax, Adassa will submit all collected sales tax to appropriate government agencies. Hence, as one of our coaches, you will not need to apply for a sales permit.
What qualifications must I have to be an Adassa Fashion Coach?
Stylists must be US citizens or permanent residents with a valid Social Security number and be 18 years or older. We also ask that you sign the agreement, request and purchase our Diva Starter Kit.

How can I continue to maintain my active role as an Adassa Fashion Coach?
We ask that all of our coaches generate at least $500 in sales each quarter to remain active and to be eligible for commission and other special offerings.

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The brand name is derived from the name of a teenager named Hadassah, who became Queen Esther in ancient Persia. The story of this noble queen bears semblance to that of Princess Fumi's mother, Princess Remi, a young orphan who overcame adversity and married an African Prince. Read more at: Princess Fumi's Bio.

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