GTM’s Household Employment Blog
It is easy to slip up – even unintentionally – when you employ someone like a nanny or housekeeper to work in your home. Here are some typical nanny tax mistakes made by families.
As we celebrate Black History Month in February, here are some resources and family activities to help your children understand and appreciate the importance of African-American history.
If you’ve hired a nanny, there are two nanny tax deductions you may be eligible to take.
Still have your 2022 nanny taxes to knock off your to-do list? If you are a new household employer and taking on nanny taxes for the first time, this quick step-by-step guide will take you through the process. Even if you’ve put off anything to do with nanny taxes until now, do not worry.
The IRS has increased the standard mileage rate for 2023. Household employers can use this rate to calculate the reimbursable costs of a worker operating their own car while on the job.
Here are some ideas and resources for you and your nanny to recognize Martin Luther King Day with children and community engagement activities to honor Dr. King.
The IRS is delaying the implementation of a new tax reporting threshold for mobile payments that was set to take effect for the upcoming tax filing season. Here’s what it means for babysitters and household employees.
What can household employers expect in 2023? From rising minimum wage rates to increasing domestic worker protections, here are eight household employment trends to watch if you employ someone to work in your home.