We often hear complaints from nannies or families about banking hours. Usually we hear from the nanny or family after the hours have been banked and the phone call is never a positive one. Breedlove & Associates tackles this topic in their most recent Legal Review.
The Lawson family wanted to take an impromptu vacation after Mr. Lawson received a promotion. The family scrambled plans together and organized a five day reprieve from work and responsibility. The best part of the trip for Mr. and Mrs. Lawson would be the opportunity to take their first vacation with their two-year-old son who was usually supervised during the day by the family’s nanny. Read more »
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As we discussed in Part 1 of this series, being paid legally and knowing the basics of the tax law, are an important part of being treated as a professional. In this section we are going to show you some real world examples of why being paid professionally pays off! Read more »
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As a childcare professional, you have one of the most important and noble jobs in the world – to nurture, protect, educate, guide and inspire children. You should view yourself – and demand to be treated – as a professional. In part, this means making sure that your compensation is handled accurately, fairly and legally. Read more »
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The nanny/household employee industry has been historically notorious for misclassifying their employees (i.e. paying them off the books). The IRS is giving families a chance to come clean and fix the problem by June 30, 2013. Experts estimate that the tax shortfall for families not reporting/paying is $3-$10 billion per YEAR! The IRS have been cracking down on the household employee industry in recent years, and many believe this is a warning that they will be targeting it even more.
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THE FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT WINDOW
Summertime is upon us. Since more babies are born in the summer than any other season, it’s a good time to share a very simple tip that can save new parents up to $1,700.
A couple gave birth to a baby boy on July 3, 2011. In mid-July, they began searching for a nanny so the mom could go back to work after Labor Day. With about 2 weeks to spare, they found the perfect nanny.
When the mom went back to work, she learned that they had missed out on a major tax break. Read more »
Unreported Temporary Care: An Honest Mistake
With nanny taxes embarrassing politicians left and right these days, many American families want to know what they can do to avoid a similar fate. This edition of The Legal Review will discuss a common error made by families when hiring temporary care. Read more »