GTM’s Household Employment Blog
The time has come for you and your nanny to part ways. They are now looking for a new job and you can help by writing a letter of recommendation that details their employment, responsibilities, and top qualities. Here’s how to write one for your nanny.
While families are itching to get back to normal, caution still remains as summer vacation beckons. What will be available for families? Here are seven of the safest (and fun) summer vacation ideas for your family in 2021.
Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding are among those more likely to become severely ill from COVID-19. Here is what you need to know about protecting yourself, the safety of vaccines, and caring for your newborn baby during the pandemic.
A nanny payroll service can make your life easier by removing the hassles of payday and taxes. But not all services are created equal. Here’s are six considerations to find the right service for your needs.
Due to the pandemic, the IRS has extended the time individuals have to file their tax returns. Tax day has been moved to May 17, 2021. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s always the right thing to do, but with expanded childcare tax credits and increased contribution limits on Dependent Care FSAs through the American Rescue Plan, paying your nanny legally may now be cheaper than “under the table.”
The American Rescue Plan – a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package that includes expanded tax credits, additional stimulus checks, extended unemployment benefits, and more – is now in effect. Here’s how this landmark legislation will impact families and nannies.
The group of bills, called Virginia’s domestic workers bill of rights, expands employment rights and workplace protections and safety for household employees in the state.