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Paystubs for Your Caregiver or Nanny

Posted by HomeWork Solutions on 11/8/22 11:00 AM

When you hire someone to work in your home, it is important to make sure you classify their employment correctly, and pay them legally. Most household workers are classified as employees, and with that employment relationship comes payroll and tax reporting requirements. Providing a paystub is one of these requirement in most states. The only states without paystub laws are Alabama, Florida, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, South Dakota, and Tennessee.

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Topics: worker misclassification, payroll, senior care, nanny, wage theft prevention, agency, senior, CPA

Wage Theft Law Facts for Household Employers

Posted by HomeWork Solutions on 8/24/15 3:06 PM

Are you an employer that employees one or more household employees? New laws require that employers providing wages to their employees now have the burden of proof, showing that they have paid the workers fairly and that they employees were not short changed out of the pay that they were due.

This shift of the burden of proof from the employee to the employer has huge implications in household employment. Household employment is in the midst of the perfect storm

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Topics: domestic employer legal responsibilities, wage theft prevention

California Nanny Employers Wage Notice Reminder

Posted by Kathy Webb on 1/7/15 11:19 AM

California's Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA) requires all employers to provide an annual notice to employees that includes details of their hourly and overtime pay rates. 

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Topics: california household employment, wage theft prevention

New York Repeals Annual Notice Provision of Wage Theft Prevention Act

Posted by HomeWork Solutions on 1/5/15 1:58 PM

New York Governor Cuomo signed legislation December 30, 2014 that repeals the annual notice provisions of the NY Wage Theft Prevention Act (WPTA).

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Topics: new york household employment, New York household payroll, wage theft prevention

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