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2013 IRS Mileage Rate Increase - Nanny Mileage Reimbursement

Posted by Vanessa Vidal, FPC on 11/26/12 5:00 PM

The IRS an increase to the standard mileage reimbursement rate to take effect January 1st, 2013.  The new rate increased from 55.5¢ (2012) to 56.5¢. For compliant household employers preparing to give their nannies a W-2 this tax season, this is imperative information.

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Topics: nanny expense reimbursement, household employee expense reimbursement, nanny payroll, nanny mileage reimbursement

Nanny Taxes - Women, Work and Money series...

Posted by Kathy Webb on 10/31/12 9:14 AM

Sharing with you an article prepared by a CPA as part of an October series titled "Women, Work and Money." The series is sponsored by a generous grant from the Jewish Women’s Foundation of New York.

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Topics: nanny payroll, nanny tax

Hurricane Sandy and Nanny Payroll

Posted by Kathy Webb on 10/30/12 2:27 PM

A quick update for HomeWork Solutions' clients and their caregivers...

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Nanny Paychecks: Payroll Tax Holiday Extended (Maybe)

Posted by Kathy Webb on 12/17/11 10:00 AM

Monday December 19, 2011 Update: What appeared a certainty two days ago is suddenly in jeopardy today. The House of Representatives is poised to reject the Senate's 2 month extension of the payroll tax holiday - insisting on a bill that funds the extension for a full year. We are watching this...

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Topics: nanny payroll, nanny payroll tax, domestic employer legal responsibilities, household payroll tax, household paycheck calculator

Calculating Nanny Overtime

Posted by HomeWork Solutions on 8/25/11 9:12 AM

Many families have children heading back to school this month. It is not uncommon for a nanny who cares for both an elementary school child and a pre-schooler or younger to negotiate two different hourly rates - one for one child only, the other for both. The puzzle for many nanny employers is how to calculate the correct overtime rate. Legally, the "regular rate of pay," that which is used to calculate the overtime differential, must be at least the weighed average of all rates used in the work week. Here is an example:

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Topics: nanny payroll, nanny hourly wage, nanny overtime

Nanny Social Security Rate Decrease

Posted by Kathy Webb on 1/28/11 9:08 AM

This is a reminder that the nanny's (employee's) Social Security Tax Rate is reduced to 4.2% for 2011. According to Internal Revene Service guidance, all employers must be making correct payroll tax deductions no later than January 31, 2011 and they must make refunds to the employee of any over-collected Social Security Taxes on wages paid in 2011 by that date.

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Topics: nanny payroll, nanny payroll tax, nanny tax, nanny social security tax rate

Illinois Nanny Withholding Tax Rates Updated

Posted by Kathy Webb on 1/17/11 2:31 PM

Illinois Governor Quinn signed legislation on Thursday, January 13, 2011 that increased income taxes for Illinois residents.

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Topics: nanny payroll, nanny payroll tax, calculate nanny payroll tax

2011 Nanny Tax Calculator Available

Posted by Kathy Webb on 12/27/10 9:32 AM

Nanny Employers! We are ready for 2011!

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Topics: nanny payroll, calculate nanny payroll tax, nanny tax calculator

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