From setting up tax payments to minimizing financial risk, you’ll need to finish these tasks before your nanny begins working. Here’s what you need to know when hiring a nanny and becoming a household employer, including paying taxes, paying your nanny legally, and reducing financial risk.
Are you one of the thousands of New York families that hired a summer nanny for your child care needs this year? The good news is a summer nanny can be much less expensive than you think when you pay the nanny legally due to the way tax and payroll laws work out.
How paid sick leave, expanded Family and Medical Leave Act, tax credits, and more can affect you and your nanny during the coronavirus pandemic.