On our annual household employment survey, we asked families about their experiences hiring and retaining their nannies. The results reveal trends in household employment and offer insights for families to make smarter hiring decisions and develop strong relationships with their nannies. Here are 5 key takeaways including pay rates, vaccinations, health benefits, and the best ways to find a nanny.
The IRS has released its cost-of-living adjustments, which impact several contribution limits for the 2021 tax year. Here are some of the key contribution limits relevant to household employers.
An ICHRA is a new type of HRA that provides tax-free reimbursements for employees and unlimited contributions for employers. Here’s how they work and what it means for families with household help who wish to provide health benefit options.
Offering health benefits to your nanny is an excellent and affordable way to keep your best employees and attract top candidates to your job. There are several options available to meet your and your nanny’s needs. Here’s what is available to you.
It may make sense to just hand over your tax and payroll responsibilities to your accountant and let them manage it all. However, there are some considerations before going this route. Here are six reasons why you may want to use a payroll service rather than your accountant to handle your nanny tax and payroll obligations.