I'm a software engineer doing some freelance work for a large organization. The process that they have in place, if I were to work for them as an individual, is that I'm expected to be put on their payroll.
However, I've also recently organized an LLC for software I plan to release in the near future. This work seems to fall under the umbrella of the kind of work I'd do in relation with my LLC, so it's at least plausible that I could instead act as a vendor and have the LLC "do the work", with myself on the payroll of the LLC. It's being taxed as a pass-through, so I won't get hit with any extra taxes.
Are there any non-obvious benefits or pitfalls to either option? It seems like getting on their payroll will be about as much of a pain as becoming a vendor for them, so I'm not factoring in that particular difference when deciding.