Spring crafts with toddlers: 4 simple ideas for 2022

Congratulations! You found the perfect nanny for your family through Sittercity. Now it’s time to make payday and tax time a breeze. Getting nanny taxes and pay right can be complicated. The IRS estimates that it can take a household employer 60 hours a year just to comply with all the tax, wage, and labor laws surrounding domestic employment.

Skipping your nanny tax obligations and paying “under the table” shouldn’t be an option. It’s easy to get caught and you’ll wind up paying much more in fines, penalties, and back taxes. Failing to pay employment taxes can cost, on average, $25,000 in penalties and interest.


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