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Tips For Holiday Planning With Your Nanny

As the holidays approach, your time becomes more limited while your to-do list grows. Planning your holiday schedule with your nanny now will help your holiday season be more about family and celebration rather than chaos and misunderstanding. Communication is key, especially at this time of year. Here are a few simple tips to help you get started: Communicate in a clear and concise manner. The importance of communication cannot be stressed enough, not only in life but specifically when planning the holidays with your nanny. Be clear and direct about what your needs are so the potential for misunderstandings [...]

By |December 10th, 2018|Tips|0 Comments

Why Would Nannies Want to be Paid “Over the Table”?

Nannies can be real lifesavers for the busy working professional, especially when you have to report to your full-time job everyday. There are a lot of things that still need to happen on the homefront, including tending to small children, maintaining your home, food preparation, miscellaneous chores and errands. Life can be extremely busy, which is why having a nanny can prove to be incredibly useful and convenient. In fact, many people choose hiring a nanny over traditional daycare facilities because of all the benefits and convenience. But like any other type of employee, nannies need to be paid for [...]

By |November 16th, 2018|Tips|0 Comments

Understand The Nanny Tax

The “nanny tax” is  a combination of federal payroll taxes that you are required to pay if you hire a household helper, such as a nanny, maid, babysitter, or elder caregiver, and pay them in excess of a certain threshold amount in a tax year. The IRS considers a household helper who works in your home as an employee, and not an independent contractor, which is the reason why the nanny tax needs to be paid by the family that employs household help. Nanny Tax Requirements A person or family that hires a household helper is required to pay the nanny [...]

By |October 17th, 2018|Tax Reminders|0 Comments

Social Media Guidelines for Your Nanny

When you're hiring a nanny, social media may not be the first thing on your mind. However, it should certainly be high on the list of things that you consider as you lay out the policies and procedures that you expect your new employee to abide by. Social media has become a large part of our lives, and will likely continue to be so. This means that you'll need to think about how your nanny's online sharing interacts with your family's day-to-day life, and how much you are comfortable with them sharing space on the internet. Consider creating a set [...]

By |October 11th, 2018|Tips|0 Comments

Interview Questions for Hiring a Nanny

As you search for a nanny that’s the right fit for your family, it’s important to have a solid set of interview questions on hand. These questions can help you learn more information about the individuals that you’re interviewing to determine if they’re a good fit for your family while  filtering out candidates that are not. As you interview caregivers, consider the following ideas for questions: How Do You Keep Up with Professional Development? Ask your potential nanny how they keep up with their professional development. This is a key part of most careers, and childcare is no different. The [...]

By |October 2nd, 2018|Hiring|0 Comments

Fall Activities for Your Children

As fall arrives and seasons change, it's time to begin to think about planning activities for your children to enjoy. Working parents will find that it makes sense to schedule events for your child to enjoy both with you and with their caregiver, so that no matter what their daily routine, there's something special for the season that they can enjoy. If you're coming up short for ideas for autumn activities, consider the following: Bake Autumn Themed Treats One enjoyable part of the fall season approaching is preparing to enjoy autumn themed treats with your family. Whether you prefer to [...]

By |September 22nd, 2018|For Kids|0 Comments

How to Have a Successful Start to the New School Year with Your Nanny

As evening temperatures begin to drop and our calendars scroll past the summer months, it's time to turn our thoughts to preparing for the back-to-school routine. For children, this can mean new transportation schedules, teachers, classrooms, and coaches. For adults, however, it means coordinating purchases, events, routines, and calendars -- all while managing the normal routines of business and home. As your family and your professional caregivers get ready for back-to-school, let's examine a few ways to make the transition easier for everyone involved: Communicate Clearly One of the best ways to guarantee a smooth back-to-school transition for your child [...]

By |September 18th, 2018|Tips|0 Comments

Six Easy Couponing Tips for Busy Parents

Having little ones can be hard on the wallet. If you find that your grocery budget is getting higher and higher each month, with no end in sight, it may be time to evaluate your options for saving money. Couponing has come a long way since the days of clipping paper coupons from multiple newspapers, and you may be able to save your family some money in just a few minutes each week. Let’s look at a few ways you can coupon using modern techniques to save money on groceries: Organize Your Coupons Carefully If your coupons are a disorganized [...]

By |September 11th, 2018|coupon, Tips|0 Comments

To or Not To Nanny Cam?

With the ease and availability of installing nanny cameras, it’s easy to say “why not” to installing them when you have a nanny in the house. There are a number of things to consider when doing so. Know the Laws While installing and recording videos in your home is legal in many states, the legality of audio recordings is more limited. Know the laws in your state before you install a Nanny Cam, and be sure not to install them in sensitive areas such as bathrooms where recording would raise significant privacy concerns. Know Why Consider why are you installing [...]

By |June 19th, 2018|NannyPay, Tips|0 Comments

Summer Savings $25 OFF

With so many parents hiring summer babysitters and nannies we want everyone to be sure they are up to date with payroll taxes. Save this summer on NannyPay for NEW customers using Coupon Code: CHILL25 to save $25 OFF. Coupon code valid for new customers through 8.31.18 and not valid for cash value, previous purchases or renewals. Save money and time with NannyPay!

By |May 28th, 2018|coupon, NannyPay|0 Comments