Due to recent legislative and regulatory changes, baby boomers are finding it more affordable to privately hire senior caregivers to help their parents age in place. Millennials are spending more time at the workplace and relying on nannies to help care for their children. Due to the rapidly increasing number of families leaning on household workers, “Nanny Taxes” aren’t just impacting your families with nannies.
Review the legislative and regulatory changes impacting the senior care market, and how they differ from the traditional “Nanny Tax” rules.
Understand the important Payroll, Tax and Employment Law issues.
Identify opportunities for tax breaks and risk mitigation for families.
Receive access to free tools and resources that can help your practice deepen it’s relationship with its clients.
As the proud father of two busy young kids, Jay seeks to leverage his experience in personal finance and corporate operations roles to simplify household payroll and tax filing for families. Jay started his career as a financial planner and investment consultant before spending four years at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), where he served as a Special Adviser in the Cyber Division and in the Director’s Office. In that time Jay led financial and administrative matters for the division, and later worked to establish an office tasked with building the Bureau’s partnerships with the private sector.
Jay has a BA in Economics from Yale University and an MBA from Georgetown University.
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