GTM’s Household Employment Blog
Paid sick leave laws often include families with household help like a nanny, senior caregiver, or housekeeper. Here’s a look at what is relevant for household employers and how you can comply with these requirements.
The pandemic, staffing shortages, and tax law changes have all helped create a massive backlog in resolving tax notices as well as processing income tax returns and estimated tax payments. What can household employers expect?
New York’s HERO Act Imposes New Employer Requirements to Help Prevent Spread of Airborne Infectious Diseases
The HERO Act requires employers in New York State, including families with household help, to develop safety plans that help prevent the spread of airborne infectious diseases in the workplace.
Summer may be the time of year to sit back, relax and recharge. Unless of course, you have kids. When school begins again, you could be exhausted. Where did the summer go? And what happened to relaxation? This is where a summer nanny can make your life easier and the season more fun for your kids.
President Biden is proposing unprecedented funding for the IRS to reduce tax evasion and better conduct audits of wealthy Americans. The administration wants to use money raised from cracking down on tax avoidance to help fund the new social programs of the American Families Plan.
Virginia’s minimum wage rate, which has been the same as the federal rate for several years, is set to increase in 2021 and then periodically for the next few years until it’s tied to inflation beginning in 2027.
The nanny-parent relationship is one built on trust. A trusting relationship benefits you, your nanny, and your children. But establishing this kind of trusting relationship is not easy. Here are some tips for you to build trust with your nanny.
When paying your nanny, you can pay them in arrears or current. Here are the differences between the two methods and why paying in arrears may work best for your family.