Many families hire temporary household workers and have many questions about their financial and legal responsibilities. Examples include the temporary nanny who is working while the mother is on bed rest, the respite senior caregiver staying with an aged family member while you are away for work or vacation, or the summer nanny who only works while your children are on summer vacation.
Our quick guide to household payroll for temporary workers discusses:
- Understanding the difference between an employee and independent contractor
- Determining when a payroll tax liability exists
- Best practices