Nanny Payroll Blog
News, tips, and advice for nanny employers
How to Find a Nanny
You know that you want to hire a nanny for your home, but you might be wondering what the best way to find a nanny is.Read More
Guide to Nanny Taxes
Did you know that failing to pay the nanny tax can cost you up to $25,000 in fines and penalties?Read More
Do You Have to Provide Workers' Comp for Your Nanny?
Many people fail to realize that hiring a nanny means you are considered a household employer.Read More
How Much Should You Pay Your Nanny?
Once you decide to hire a nanny, it won’t be long before you start to think about how much to pay a nanny.Read More
How Do I Pay My Nanny?
Before you hire a nanny, you need to understand how you’ll pay your nanny, as well as tax obligations referred to as the nanny tax.Read More
The Top 3 Things on Nanny Taxes and Payroll
The nanny tax refers to the payroll taxes, including Social Security and Medicare taxes, you will be required to withhold from your employee's paycheck as a household employer.Read More
What is a Nanny Share?
A nanny share is pretty simple: two or more families will hire a nanny and divide up the cost of their salary.Read More
How to Handle a Household Employee Transition
There may come a time when you need to terminate a household employee.Read More
The Differences Between a Nanny and a Babysitter
When looking for childcare, you may be confused about the difference between hiring a babysitter and hiring a nanny.Read More
3 Things to Do With Your Nanny on Day One
You’ve taken the time to interview nanny candidates, extend an offer, and formally bring the right person on board.Read More
3 Things to Expect From Your Nanny Payroll Provider
Hiring a nanny is a big decision, as it will impact your personal life and finances in several ways.Read More
5 Things to Include in Your Nanny Contract
Choosing to hire a nanny involves a lot of steps. Once you hire a nanny, one of your first steps should be creating a contract to ensure that you and your nanny are on the same page about how this position is expected to run. As you build a contract for you and your nanny to sign, there are some details you’ll never forget to ask.Read More