Household Employment Videos

Enjoy these informational household employment videos that can help guide your decision making when hiring and employing a nanny, senior care aide, housekeeper or other domestic worker.

Household Payroll and Nanny Taxes Made Easy

The IRS estimates that it takes a household employer 60 hours each year to comply with all federal and state tax laws. The administrative tasks of payroll, tax, insurance and compliance is time consuming and may seem overwhelming. But that’s where GTM Payroll Services comes in.

Workers’ Compensation for Household Employers

Workers’ compensation insurance protects both you as the household employer and your employees in case of a work-related injury or illness. Coverage may be required by your state. Workers’ compensation covers your employees’ necessary medical bills and a portion of lost wages, while protecting you from liability.

Understanding Gross v. Net Pay

Knowing the difference between gross and net pay is important when negotiating a salary for your domestic employee.

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