Hi info, I`m a little confuse with your question but let me see if I can Help you.
If you have a in the USA, I don`t see any impediment that don`t allow you to your own LLC. all money you will get for services performer for you in behalf of your own LLC will not treated as salary, instead for taxes purpose will treated as self-employee earnings and all payments from your LLC to you will reported at the end of the year in a form call schedule K-l and this form will be used for make your own taxes.
but if you want to hire somebody as independet contractor I suggest you to check the web of the IRS and see the tab about self-employment and indepedent contractor because this site can give you a better understanding who you can hire as indepdent contractor and here is a extract of what the IRS say about this issue.
People such as lawyers, contractors, subcontractors and auctioneers who follow an
independent trade, business, or profession in which they offer their services to the public, are generally not employees. However, whether such people are employees or independent contractors depends on the facts in each case.
The general rule is that an individual is an independent contractor if you, the person for whom the services are performed, have the right to control or direct only the result of the work and not the means and methods of accomplishing the result.
here is the link.
also check your state regulations about hiring employees or subcontractors, if you have any question feel free to write me.