GTM Household Blog
The IRS has issued a new Form W-4 to determine how much income tax to withhold from an employee’s paycheck. Here’s what household employers need to know.
Hired a nanny or someone else to work in your home? You may have a household employment tax obligation and need to file Schedule H with your personal tax return. Here is everything you need to know including when you need to file, how to prepare, and more.
Owe nanny taxes? Here are six steps plus one bonus piece of advice for organizing your nanny taxes and being prepared when you need to file your return.
From rising minimum wage rates to expanding domestic worker protections to new health benefits, here are 9 developments in household employment for 2020 that families with domestic help should know.
As a household employer, you don’t have an HR department. Get household employee management tips from an expert to help make sure you’re compliant with labor laws and your employees are engaged and satisfied on the job.
Who will find out if you don’t pay nanny taxes? There a number of ways to easily get caught. And, in the end, you’ll wind up paying more in fines and penalties than in the actual tax responsibility you chose to ignore.
Before we move on to the new year, let’s take a look back. From using an accountant to do your nanny taxes to writing nanny share contracts to letting your nanny go the right way, here are our top 10 most popular household employment blog posts of 2019. Catch up on what you may have missed!
A recent court ruling means au pairs in Massachusetts must be paid at least the state’s minimum wage rate and time-and-a-half for overtime among other domestic worker protections. Here’s what host families in the state should do now considering the court’s decision.