GTM Welcomes Families of More Than a Nanny!

Spend more time with your family – leave household tax and payroll to us

 

more than a nanny GTM Payroll Services provides household employers with payroll processing, tax compliance, as well as different insurance offerings for you and your nanny. We help you manage all of the administrative tasks associated with being a household employer, offering you an unparalleled level of customer service and support.

Spend more time with your family – leave household tax and payroll to us

more than a nannyGTM Payroll Services provides household employers with payroll processing, tax compliance, as well as different insurance offerings for you and your nanny. We help you manage all of the administrative tasks associated with being a household employer, offering you an unparalleled level of customer service and support.

Free Consultation

Call us today at 800-929-9213 for a free, no-obligation consultation with Matt Owen, one of our household employment experts. Matt will review your hiring situation and answer any questions you may have.

Household Employment Laws in Your State

Here are some current laws in your state regarding employment of household workers:

  • Minimum Wage
    • In Connecticut, the current minimum wage is $10.10/hour
    • In New Jersey, the current minimum wage is $11.10/hour
    • In New York City, the current minimum wage is $15/hour for small employers; $14/hour in Long Island and Westchester County; $12.50/hour for the rest of the state.
  • Workers’ Compensation
    • In Connecticut, a household employer is required to have workers’ compensation insurance if their employee works 26 or more hours in a week. Contact GTM for a price quote.
    • In New Jersey and New York, household employers are required to have workers’ compensation insurance. Contact GTM for a price quote.
  • Overtime Rules: hourly employees in Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York are entitled to a special overtime pay rate of at least 1.5 times their regular hourly wage for all overtime worked, if they work more than 40 hours in a week.
    • Overtime is not required for live-in employees in CT and NJ.
    • In New York, live-in employees that work more than 44 hours in a week receive 1.5 times regular hourly pay for all overtime worked.
  • Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights: New York has special laws that pertain to the employment of domestic workers. Read more about New York’s Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights.

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Let us help you determine your nanny tax and payroll needs.

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(800) 929-9213

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