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2016 Household Employment Laws

By A New England Nanny 22 0

It’s a new year, and with that come changes or new laws and regulations that impact employers across the country, including household employers. Here is a brief overview of 2016 household employment laws. Minimum Wage The minimum wage went up again in this year in New York, rising from $8.75 to $9 per hour. Household […]

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New 2016 Mileage Rates

By A New England Nanny 19 1

The 2016 standard mileage rate has been announced by the IRS. This rate is used to calculate the deductible costs of driving a vehicle for business. This applies to household employers who choose to let their nanny or other household employee use their car for performing their job duties. Beginning on Jan. 1, 2016, the […]

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Mileage Reimbursement Rules for Household Employers

By A New England Nanny 21 0

Before a family hires a nanny, the nanny’s compensation should be discussed and detailed fully, including any mileage reimbursement that may occur. Mileage reimbursement rules apply to household employers who choose to let their nanny or other household employee use their personal car for performing their job duties. This includes running errands, picking up and […]

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Can My Nanny Drive My Car?

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If your nanny or other household employee is going to be driving your car, you need to check your insurance policy and make sure that he or she is a listed driver. This is especially important if the employee will be regularly driving family members to and from appointments, school, and for outings. Other safety […]

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