GTM Household Blog
While many nannies may seem superhuman, they are in fact mere mortals and will get sick from time to time and miss work like the rest of us. So it is best to be prepared for that day (or days) when you may be without your regular caregiver.
The holidays can be stressful for families and the meaning of the season can easily be lost. How can you make the holidays less materialistic more meaningful for your family? Shift your focus away from gift-getting with these 12 ideas to emphasize gift-giving, shared family experiences, and time with loved ones.
Many traditional holiday activities can put you at a higher risk for exposure to COVID-19. Following these considerations can help protect you, your family, and loved ones from COVID-19.
Colorado becomes the latest state to require paid family and medical leave for household employees. Here’s what families with household help need to know from key implementation dates, contribution rates, permitted uses for leave, and more.
The IRS recently released a draft of the 2020 Schedule H, which a family files with their personal tax return to report household employment taxes. The draft reconciles tax credits taken for qualified paid leave related to the pandemic. Here’s what household employers need to know.
The IRS has released its cost-of-living adjustments, which impact several contribution limits for the 2021 tax year. Here are some of the key contribution limits relevant to household employers.
The flu isn’t the only health crisis families and their employees have to address this year as we approach the winter season. Public health experts are fearing a potential “twindemic” between COVID-19 cases and the flu. Here are some preventative actions to help keep your family and nanny healthy and protected over the next several months.
Employing or planning to hire a nanny? Make sure you and your caregiver have a similar COVID-19 risk tolerance to avoid any potential safety issues during their employment.