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.
It’s tax season! And one of the first steps for household employers is to provide Form W-2 to their workers. They will need this document to file their personal tax return. Here is how to prepare and create a Form W-2 for your nanny.
Whether you put off nanny taxes until now or are just realizing you have a household employment tax obligation, now is time to catch up on your nanny taxes. While it is much easier to track nanny tax withholdings with each pay period, you can “catch up” at the end of the year. It will take a little more time and effort on your part. Here’s how to catch up on your nanny taxes as you prepare your 2021 taxes.
Paying a nanny “on the books,” as opposed to “under the table” simply means you are doing things the right way and treating your nanny as a professional caregiver. You are paying them according to applicable tax, wage, and labor laws and withholding and remitting taxes appropriately. Here’s how.
It’s that time of year again. Here’s what you need to know if employed someone to work in your home last year and how to file your nanny taxes in 2021.