When most financial professionals think of household employment, they think of state and federal tax calculations and employment tax filings. However, Domestic Worker Bill of Rights legislation in a number of states as well as hundreds of state and municipal wage & hour law nuances, have made the labor law side of household employment arguably become more complex than the tax side.
Without expert guidance, families with domestic workers (i.e. nannies, senior caregivers, personal assistants, housekeepers, etc.) will likely make a number of expensive, time-consuming mistakes. Tom Breedlove, Director of Care.com HomePay, the country’s leading household employment specialist, will share information that advisors need to know in order to advise their clients.
Tom oversees marketing and strategic partnerships for the company. After a 20-year career in marketing and strategic planning, Tom joined the company to further our commitment to partnerships as well as education and outreach. A keen listener and communicator, Tom focuses on understanding and addressing the wants and needs of families as well as the staffing firms, accountants and advisors with whom they work. Tom graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Finance and a minor in Accounting.
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