HomePay in the News
Think paying taxes on the babysitter is a “one-percenter” problem? Think again, because if we parents don’t pay taxes on our babysitters, it isn’t just our problem. (NYTimes.com Motherlode)
If you pay $1,900 a year to someone to care for your children, you're a household employer. (USA Today)
The school year is starting to wind down and parents who have their children enrolled in after-school care may be starting their search for their summertime child care solution. If this sounds like you, then I have a suggestion you may not have ever considered. How about a nanny? (Manilla.com)
If you're a working mom and you have private child care, you may be procrastinating on filing your taxes because you're not sure how to classify your caregiver. If so, read on. (WorkingMother.com)
If you’re a family in New York with in-home childcare expenses, you’ll need to know the ins and outs of filing the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit. (NYParenting.com)
Care.com's Stephanie Breedlove offers tips on being a good employer during tax season. (WestchesterMagazine.com)
Tax liabilities and tax breaks when someone is paid to care for your parent. (Forbes.com)
How to properly file your household employer taxes (Parenting.com)
Families that hire a nanny, senior caregiver or other domestic employee have to follow payroll, tax and labor laws similar to most businesses. (SheKnows.com)
As the number of families in which both parents work has grown, so too has many Americans' dependence on nannies. What to know before hiring your own Mary Poppins. (MarketWatch.com)
Everyone wants to start the new year off on the right foot. Most people do it with a New Year's resolution, but if you're a family with a full-time nanny, housekeeper, frequent babysitter or other household employee, you may or may not know that one of your top priorities should be making sure your taxes are in order. (Yahoo Finance)
Here's the lowdown on why legal pay pays off for everyone. (WorkingMother.com)
Hiring a caregiver isn't easy. Here's a list of interview questions to ask a nanny to make sure you hire the best one for your family. (Babble.com)
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