Do I need to form an LLC to clean offices if I work contracts under a business?

Question Details: I currently receive contracts under a cleaning business to clean offices. Some of these offices I clean myself, others I bring others on to help clean. The head cleaning business will give me a 1099 at the end of the year and in turn I will give 1099s to the guys working for me. My understanding is that I need to pay my self-employment taxes quarterly. However, do I also need to form an LLC or am I ok just issuing 1099s? I plan on doing my own bookkeeping. Other then the LLC question, is there anything else that I need to consider?

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