Nanny taxes, domestic worker protections, minimum wage and overtime rules, tax savings, and more. We spell out everything you need to know about employing a nanny or other household workers in 2021.
It’s that time of year again. Here’s what you need to know if employed someone to work in your home last year and how to file your nanny taxes in 2021.
It has been quite the year, to say the least. And you still have one more task to knock off your to-do list … nanny taxes. Even if you’ve put off anything to do with them until now, don’t worry. We’ll take you step-by-step through the process.
Received an unemployment notice that your employee has filed a claim? Not sure what to do? If you have paid your nanny legally, you have nothing to worry about. Here’s what to do with answers to some common questions.
Paying household employees “on the books” is always the right and smart thing to do. The benefits and protections for families and their employees far outweigh any perceived financial savings from skirting tax and other obligations. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has brought all of this into crystal-clear focus.