Owe nanny taxes? Here are six steps plus one bonus piece of advice for organizing your nanny taxes and being prepared when you need to file your return.
Employed a household employee like a nanny, housekeeper or in-home senior caregiver this year? Put off your nanny tax obligations? With tax time fast approaching, tax forms and filings will be due soon. Here’s how to get caught up when you’re behind on your nanny taxes.
Some household employers think they don’t need an EIN and can file their employment taxes using their Social Security Number. Here’s why that’s wrong and will cause issues at tax time.
This may come as a surprise to some household employers but, yes, your nanny needs a W-2 at the end of the year. It’s the law. Ignoring this can land you in a heap of trouble with federal and state agencies. We’ll help you rectify this mistake.
Are you an accountant managing a client’s nanny taxes and payroll? Getting it right may not be that easy. Avoid common mistakes with our nanny tax compliance guide for accountants.