GTM Welcomes Families of Aunt Ann’s In-House Staffing!
Spend More Time with Your Family – Leave Household Tax and Payroll to Us
GTM Payroll Services will pay your nanny with direct deposit or check, withhold and remit taxes, and take care of any other compliance requirements like workers’ compensation insurance. All backed by an unparalleled level of customer service and support from a team of household employment experts.
GTM Makes Nanny Tax and Payroll Easier
Let us simplify your life with a complete solution for all your nanny payroll needs.
Only GTM offers one call for all:
Comprehensive payroll services – Online and mobile access to your client portal with free direct deposit.
100% guaranteed on-time tax filings – Quarterly, annual, state and federal taxes filed on time, every time.
Compliance with tax, wage and labor laws – Exceptional support team helps you stay legal, avoid fines and penalties, and protect your family and nanny.
Workers’ compensation insurance – A policy may be required in your state but we have you covered from obtaining your policy to managing audits and invoices.
Employee benefits – Attract and retain your best nannies with employee benefits like health, dental, and vision insurance; concierge medicine; retirement plans; and more.
Human Resources Support – Get help with employment best practice guidance and labor law compliance from a PHR-certified HR advisor.
The Benefits for You of Paying Nanny Taxes
- Attract Higher Quality Employees
- Work with a Happier Employee
- Avoid State and Federal Fines and Penalties
- Reduce the Risk of an Audit
- Take Advantage of Tax Savings
- Enjoy Peace of Mind
The Benefits for Your Employee of Being Paid “On the Books”
- Verifiable Income
- Legal Employment History
- Unemployment Benefits
- Social Security and Medicare Benefits
- Workers’ Compensation Benefits
Download: EasyPay for Nanny Tax & Payroll
Understand State Household Employment Laws
Household employers in California must pay nannies and household workers according to state regulations:
- Minimum Wage: in California, the current minimum wage is $14/hour.
- In San Francisco, the minimum wage is $16.07/hour.
- In Oakland, the minimum wage is $14.36/hour.
- Workers’ Compensation: in California, household employers are required to have workers’ compensation insurance. Please contact GTM for a price quote.
- Overtime Rules: hourly employees in California are entitled to a special overtime pay rate of at least 1.5 times their regular hourly wage for all overtime worked, if they work over 40 hours in a week or over 9 hours in a day.
- Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights: California has special laws that pertain to the employment of domestic workers. Please review them here.
- Wage Order 15: As part of the state’s Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights legislation, Wage Order 15, which had previously exempted personal attendants from overtime pay, was amended to remove this exemption and now requires personal attendants be paid overtime compensation at one and one-half times the employees’ regular rate of pay. Read more about Wage Order 15.
- CA Paid Sick Leave: All employees who work for 30 or more days within a year in California must be given at least 24 hours of paid sick leave annually. Download our California Sick Leave Guide for all the details.
- San Francisco Paid Sick Leave: every employee, whether exempt or non-exempt, full time or part time, permanent or temporary, who is employed within the City and County of San Francisco for thirty days or longer will be entitled to accrued paid sick leave at the employee’s regular rate of pay. Employers must provide notice to the employee how many days of sick leave the employee has available. Learn more details about this law.
- Wage Theft Protection Notice: All employers in California must provide workers with written, detailed information on how much and when a worker is paid. The notice must include:
- rate of pay and whether paid by the hour, shift, day, week, etc., including any rates for overtime
- meal, lodging, or other allowances
- regular payday designated by the employer
- the name, physical address, and phone number of the employer
- the employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier’s name, address, and phone number
- Pay Stub Requirements: California law requires employers to give employees an itemized written statement with every paycheck, which must include the following information for each pay period:
- total gross wages
- total hours worked
- any deductions
- net pay
- pay period dates
- employee’s name and the last four digits of the employee’s Social Security number
- employer’s full name and address
- hourly rate of pay