Avoid hefty IRS fines and use SurePayroll for
your Nanny Payroll
Do I need a payroll provider if I have a nanny?
If you pay your nanny $1,000 or more per quarter or $1,800 or more a year, you may be
responsible for paying the Nanny Tax. Using a nanny payroll service is the easiest way to stay compliant
with the Nanny Payroll Tax.
SurePayroll is designed to take care of Nanny Tax work on your behalf.
Doing It Yourself:
Calculate and deduct Social Security and Medicare taxes, as well as federal unemployment taxes — and any applicable state unemployment taxes.
Fill out and file multiple forms with the
IRS and your state every year — potentially every
Make deposits to different
agencies of different
Enter your nanny's hours
in your secure online SurePayroll account.
how much will be debited from your account on payday.
That's it — you're done.
SurePayroll files a quarterly 1040-ES on your behalf, and we provide you with a signature-ready Schedule H which you attach to your annual 1040 filing.
Unlike some Nanny Payroll software, we help you avoid problems with the IRS and your
state's tax agency. Failing to pay your Nanny Tax can result in back
taxes, penalties, interest and fines up to $25,000.
Call 877.954.7873 and talk to a nanny payroll expert today.
Nanny Payroll Services
Unlike nanny payroll software, SurePayroll helps you stay compliant with the IRS and
your state's household employee laws.
You can count on SurePayroll to:
- Save you from number crunching and referring to complicated tax
tables — we automatically calculate wages and deduct the correct
- Eliminate all the paperwork and deposits — SurePayroll files all the payroll paperwork and makes deposits on your behalf with satisfaction guaranteed.
- Keep you compliant with IRS and state nanny tax laws — we stay updated on all nanny payroll laws.
- Pay your nanny with direct deposit or checks —
there's no additional charge for either.
*If you employ a nanny in the state of California, SurePayroll only supports employers who are designated as quarterly filers with the state. Annual filers would need to change their filing status to quarterly.