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The Parents’ Club of Palo Alto & Menlo Park (PAMP) has launched an “Ask the Expert” column featuring Stanford Park […]
Written by Lora Brawley, founder of Nanny Care Hub. The new year isn’t just the time to make new year’s resolutions. […]
The simple answer is no. But let’s take a big picture look at the issue and hopefully it will all make sense in the end.
We have always benefited from the relationships we have built with others in our industry. Louise Dunham, CEO of Placement Solutions in Australia, recently interviewed Daryl and found that we share...
When a nanny who has earned her wages under the table is fired and files an unemployment claim, nanny taxes can become a big deal for the former employers (your family!). Read on about how-- and...
For years, many savvy household employers have included health insurance as part of their compensation package in order to capitalize on the tax advantages of employer-paid health insurance. ...
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