Finding a nanny is one of the most significant (and maybe toughest) decisions you will make as a parent of young children. The hiring process can be stressful and, at the same time, exciting. While it’s important to know where to find nannies for your job, focusing on “the how” will help you hire the ideal caregiver for your children.
What are the differences between a nanny and a babysitter? While both a nanny and babysitter provide childcare in the family’s home, their roles are quite different. Here is a breakdown of the differences between them so you can make the right hiring decision for your family.
The American Rescue Plan Act substantially enhanced the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit renewing interest in this savings on childcare expenses. Wages paid to a nanny qualify for the credit. Here is everything a family with a nanny or other childcare needs to know about claiming this tax credit on their personal tax return.
Getting a puppy can be a wonderful addition to your family. Your children can see many benefits when having a dog in the home like higher self-esteem and more compassion. Before you head down to the local animal shelter and adopt a pup, there are some considerations if you also employ a nanny to work in your home and care for your children.
Providing pre-tax health benefits to your nanny can come at virtually no cost to you. Here’s how it works when offering your employee a QSEHRA to cover their health care costs.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently strengthened its recommendation for pregnant individuals to get the COVID-19 vaccine as the agency strives to promote greater vaccination rates amid an increase in cases of the Delta variant. Here’s what you need to know.