GTM Household Blog
This may come as a surprise to some household employers but, yes, your nanny needs a W-2 at the end of the year. It’s the law. Ignoring this can land you in a heap of trouble with federal and state agencies. We’ll help you rectify this mistake.
When going online to find a nanny for your children, don’t be fooled. It’s mostly up to you to research your caregiver’s background – including criminal activity – and verify their credentials.
Employing a senior caregiver for an elderly loved one could mean you’re now in charge. There is more work involved for you but you now have more control of their hiring and employment.
There may be times when you require your nanny or a senior caregiver for overnight care or long shifts or you’ve hired a live-in employee. You’ll need to comply with sleeping time laws, which vary by the type of shift your caregiver is working.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert is the latest political nominee to be derailed by nanny taxes. These problems can disrupt anyone aspiring to advance their career. Here’s how to avoid these issues and protect yourself.
It may make sense to just hand over your tax and payroll responsibilities to your accountant and let them manage it all. However, there are some considerations before going this route. Here are six reasons why you may want to use a payroll service rather than your accountant to handle your nanny tax and payroll obligations.
Are you an accountant managing a client’s nanny taxes and payroll? Getting it right may not be that easy. Avoid common mistakes with our nanny tax compliance guide for accountants.
Despite your busy schedules and the needs of your children, you need alone time with your spouse to keep a healthy and satisfying relationship. Here are eight easy ways to get one-on-one time with your partner.