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Below is a summary of the compliance requirements for household employers.
(The IRS estimates that these tasks will take the average family approximately
50-55 hours per year. Don't worry! We can handle everything
for you with guaranteed accuracy and timeliness).
Register for federal and state tax accounts
Complete and file New Hire Report
Calculate the correct amount of federal and state taxes to withhold each pay period
Track gross pay, net pay, federal taxes withheld and state taxes withheld
Prepare state tax returns and remit both the employer and employee taxes quarterly
Prepare federal tax estimates four times per year and remit both the employer and
Prepare year-end summaries to state tax agencies
Prepare Form W-2 and distribute to your employee (and any former employees who had
wages during that calendar year)
Prepare Form W-3 and send to the Social Security Administration (along
with Form W-2 Copy A)
Prepare Schedule H to accompany your personal federal income tax return
Respond to IRS and state requests/inquiries
Monitor ever-changing household employment tax law
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