- What are nanny taxes?
- What are the nanny tax deadlines?
- Why should I pay nanny taxes?
- Am I required to pay nanny taxes?
- How much do nanny taxes cost the employer?
- How do I know how much to pay my nanny?
- How can I save money by paying nanny taxes?
- Can the IRS catch me if I haven’t paid nanny taxes?
- When do I pay my nanny taxes?
- Am I required to withhold federal and state income taxes?
- What are unemployment taxes?
- What are the penalties if I file withholding taxes late?
- Do I have to pay my employee overtime?
- I live in New York, do I have to pay my employee each week?
- I have a nanny on a trial basis. When do I have to start paying taxes?
- Can I hire an illegal alien?
- I’m in a nanny share, how do the taxes work?
- I am a nanny, how do I pay my taxes?
- Is Your Household Worker an Employee?
- Why Isn’t My Household Worker an Independent Contractor?
- Why Can’t I Hire My Nanny as an Independent Contractor?
- What Does the Employer Need to do to Pay Nanny Taxes?
- What Do Nannies Need to Provide to Their Family?
- What Are the Risks of Paying Your Nanny “Under the Table”?
- How Much Work Does It Take to Correctly Administer Nanny Taxes?
- What Forms and Payment are Needed to Comply with Nanny Tax Law?
Can I hire an illegal alien?
It is unlawful to employ a person who cannot legally work in the United States. When you hire a household employee, you and the employee must each complete part of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. You must verify that the employee is either a U.S. citizen or an alien who can legally work in this Country. You must keep Form I-9 with your other employment records.
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