It’s that time of year again for many minimum wage rates to increase. Now is a good time to check the hourly rate you’re paying a nanny, senior caregiver, or housekeeper and make sure it’s still compliant with the law.
As with any other household employment, taxes in a nanny share arrangement will be owed by the families and the caregiver. We’ll answer 5 key questions to give you everything you need to know about how to pay taxes when forming a nanny share.
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.
Non-compliance with wage and labor laws in household employment has grabbed a number of headlines across the country recently and cost families hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines, penalties, and payment of back wages. We take a look at three cases and what families with household help can learn to avoid similar legal troubles.
On the success of its Wage Theft Task Force, New York has launched a new hotline and announced plans to develop a state-of-the-art online wage theft reporting system to create more opportunities for workers to report wage theft and receive what they are owed.