Ready to hire a nanny? Given the current parenting crisis, it might be the best decision you’ve ever made. But don’t make this one, major mistake. This month, a California judge ordered Uber to consider all drivers employees, further illuminating the employee vs. independent contractor debate that has also affected the nanny industry. One of our Core
If you’ve started to consider the once crazy idea of hiring a teacher to educate your kids at home, you’re not alone. We are seeing a huge influx in calls and inquiries from parents wanting to know more about how to hire a Private Educator and how this option compares to those presented by their school.
If you’re a small business owner, you’re likely pretty worried about the future, unless you’re in one of the few industries that are really booming during the COVID-19 crisis. There’s so much out of our hands. We can’t predict what the future holds. We can’t change our current circumstances in terms of lost revenue. Small business
Business + Babies As the threat of COVID-19 grows, schools are closing and many parents are, for the first time, working from home. This situation has brought kids and work together like never before. Work-life balance is taking on a whole new meaning as many parents are facing the prospect of simultaneously managing both. The
It’s tax time – and the perfect time of year to remind our families that the IRS considers even part-time nannies and sitters to be household employees, never independent contractors. So if your family has engaged the services of a nanny or local babysitter and has paid that individual $2200 or more per year (as