• Classification

    Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and should not be considered professional legal or tax advice. ClassificationA household employer is defined as someone who pays an individual to perform duties in or around their home and has the right to control when, where, how or by whom the…

  • 2018 Financial Checkup for Nannies and Employers

    The new year isn’t just the time to make new year’s resolutions. It’s also a great time to check in on the mundane but important financial issues within our employment agreement. Remember employers and nannies don’t have an HR person to provide important updates and make sure things are as…

  • Common Problems Between Employers and Nannies During Summertime

    This time of year I get questions from employers of full-time nannies about how things change during the summertime. Here are the answers! Hourly Rate One question that often comes up is how does a nanny’s wage change during summertime? If the kids are home from school, does she earn…

  • Income: How Nannies Should Report Extra Babysitting Money

    Many full-time and part-time nannies babysit or temp on the side for extra income.  So in addition to their regular wages that are reported on their W-2 forms, they have a year’s worth of extra cash income to deal with at tax time.  If you’re one of these nannies, this…