As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches into the school year, many parents continue to juggle caring for their children, working from home, and now with many schools holding classes remotely, eLearning.
If you’re considering hiring an in home eLearning assistant or tutor or joining a learning pod, that person will likely be considered your household employee and you’d be liable for federal and state employment taxes.
Just like hiring a nanny or joining a nanny share, each family has tax liabilities when employing someone in their home, and there may also be other things to consider like workers’ compensation insurance, paid sick time and family leave laws.
This can all sound overwhelming but we’re here to help! The Nanny Tax Company has 25 years of experience in this field – nanny taxes are all we do.
If you’re new to this role as a household employer, our simple and cost effective service will make it easy for you to comply with the necessary employment tax laws leaving you free to focus on the things that are most important to you!
Call us at 800-747-9826 to see how we can help you with your caregiver taxes.