by Trevor Sparks | Mar 24, 2023 | Hiring an Employee, Household Payroll & Taxes, Tax Season
When preparing your personal tax return, you may be looking for ways to reduce your tax obligation. Can you claim your nanny’s wages for a tax break? Before filing your tax return, here are 8 questions (and one bonus question) to determine if you qualify for tax breaks.
by Trevor Sparks | Mar 9, 2023 | Employee Benefits, GTM Blog, Household Payroll & Taxes
You figured out much you owe in nanny taxes when you employ someone to work in your home. Now the good news! Here are seven ways to reduce your nanny taxes that can save money for both you and your employee.
by Trevor Sparks | Mar 3, 2023 | GTM Blog, Household Payroll & Taxes, Tax Season
It is tax season once again and you are getting ready to file or have your accountant prepare your personal return. If you employed a household worker last year – like a nanny, housekeeper, or senior caregiver – you may be wondering … what is Schedule H, and do I need to file it? Here is everything you need to know including how to claim a tax credit for pandemic-related paid leave.
by GTM Payroll | Feb 22, 2023 | GTM Blog, Household Payroll & Taxes, Tax & Wage Laws
With complex tax, wage, and labor laws, there is a lot that goes into paying your nanny. Rather than take on the stress and burden of paying your nanny legally, not to mention the time involved, many families sign up with a nanny payroll service. Here’s how to find the best nanny payroll services to make sure your nanny is paid legally and compliance is taken care of.
by GTM Payroll | Feb 16, 2023 | Household Payroll & Taxes, Tax & Wage Laws
You’ve found the right nanny for your family and now you need to figure out how to pay your caregiver. A nanny is a professional with an important role in your family. You’ll need and want to pay your nanny legally. Here’s what you need to know when it comes to paying your nanny on the books.
by Trevor Sparks | Feb 3, 2023 | Hiring an Employee, Household Payroll & Taxes, Tax & Wage Laws
It is easy to slip up – even unintentionally – when you employ someone like a nanny or housekeeper to work in your home. Here are some typical nanny tax mistakes made by families.