Guaranteed hours for a nanny, an industry standard in household employment, are the set number of hours your caregiver will be paid each week. Here’s how guaranteed hours work and why they benefit not only your nanny but your family as well.
You figured out much you owe in nanny taxes when you employ someone to work in your home. Now the good news! Here are five ways to reduce your nanny taxes that can save money for both you and your employee.
For both nannies seeking work and parents who wish to hire in-home caregivers, vaccination for COVID-19 can provide a big advantage, especially in a tight household employment job market.
National Nanny Recognition Week starts September 19. This is a time to show appreciation for the hard work, patience, and dedication of our in-home caregivers. Thoughtful gestures can go a long way to making your nanny feel valued for the job that they do. Here are some ideas to make this week special or any time, for that matter, you want your nanny to know that they are treasured by your family.
‘Tis the season of giving. Time to consider a holiday bonus for your nanny. How much should you give? Do you even have to give one? What about other types of gifts? You may have questions about your nanny’s holiday bonus. Here are some answers.
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.