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March 9, 2016
Do you have a nanny, an in-home health aide, or a nurse not hired through an agency? If so, you should consider whether these individuals are household employees as defined by the IRS.
If you hire someone to perform work inside your home and control not only what work is done, but how it is done, then you may have a household employee.
As a household employer, there are several documentation and filing requirements you must meet that individuals are often not aware of:
If these criteria apply to you, you can obtain more detailed information by reading Publication 926 issued by the IRS, or by calling Martin, Hood, Friese and Associates today!