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PAYROLL, TAX AND LABOR LAW REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYING DOMESTIC WORKERS

** PRINTABLE DOCUMENT-BASED SELF-STUDY COURSE ** 
CPE Processing FeeFREE  Webinar TranscriptionN/A     Presentation Length Hour(s)0.5 hours  CPE0.5  Subject AreaSpecialized Knowledge  Course LevelBasic  Instructional MethodQAS Self-Study   PrerequisitesNone  Advance PreparationNone  Recorded DateFeb 27, 2018  Date OfferedFeb 27, 2018  Who should attend?CPA - small firm
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Course Description

Household employment creates a unique challenge for both families their trusted advisors and fiduciaries. Typically, there are federal, state and local laws to navigate. To make it even more complicated, household employment obligations can be very different from that of commercial employment – different forms, different deadlines, different processes and different labor laws.

The result is a significant number of exemptions, exceptions and nuances that can create financial and legal risk for families. It also means household employers generally require more hand-holding than commercial employers because they don’t have the luxury of an HR or Accounting team to lean on when questions arise.

The goal of this white paper is to help advisors and fiduciaries eliminate that risk for their clients that employ a domestic worker(s). Again, there are numerous variances by state and by type of worker, but this overview should give you a general understanding of the key issues for household employers – and how to help your clients avoid costly mistakes.

Course Objectives
 
Identify the legal responsibilities, benefits, and tax incentives of employing a household worker (e.g., nanny, senior caregiver, private nurse, housekeeper).

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Household employer payroll, tax and compliance service is all we do. It’s what we’ve been dedicated to from day one. When we couldn’t find anyone to provide the help that our family needed, we found our true calling — helping other families.