From voluntary paid sick leave to dependent care FSA updates, household employers need to be aware of these four key provisions in the recently enacted stimulus package.
As 2020 winds down, let’s look ahead to the new year. With ever-changing tax, wage, and labor laws and a new administration, here are 6 things to pay attention to for household employment in 2021.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed our way of life in 2020. How we worked. How our kids learned. How we went to the grocery store. It also had a major impact on household employment as families managed their nannies and other workers. There were also a number of other domestic worker protections added in 2020. Here’s a look back at 18 stories that made headlines.
The IRS recently released a draft of the 2020 Schedule H, which a family files with their personal tax return to report household employment taxes. The draft reconciles tax credits taken for qualified paid leave related to the pandemic. Here’s what household employers need to know.
The law includes household employees like nannies, housekeepers, and senior caregivers. Here’s what it means for families with household help and how they can comply with the new legislation.