If your employee lives and works in different states, they may not be required to file taxes in both. Certain state have what is called a reciprocal agreement.
Part of the responsibilites of being a household employer is understanding nanny taxes – what they are and what to pay. Use this helpful guide to assist you in complying with nanny tax laws.
Families often ask for advice on handling different issues that arise when planning for summertime household employment, so let’s take a look at some of the most common concerns.
Although paying “off the books” gives the employee more income and saves families from the extra paperwork, it is illegal and can make you liable for unpaid taxes, interest, and penalties. Follow these 14 steps to nanny tax compliance to ensure you are following employment laws.
I own a business. Can I pay my nanny through my company payroll? While it may be tempting to do so, it is illegal, in most cases, to pay a household employee on a business payroll.