FamilyHelpandCare.com Partners with Eldercare Payroll Tax Experts
FamilyHelpandCare.com, announces its partnership with HomeWork Solutions, Inc., nationally recognized household employer’s payroll and tax expert in the in-home care industry.
Feb. 13, 2013 - PRLog -- Fort Myers Beach, FL – FamilyHelpandCare.com (www.familyhelpandcare.com) an online recruiting venue for families partners with well-known and respected tax expert to provide answers regarding household employer’s payroll tax questions and issues.
FamilyHelpandCare.com partners with HomeWork Solutions, Inc., an industry leader for almost 20 years, to provide families and care providers the answers and solutions to payroll and payroll tax questions. Families that hire in-home elder care providers are household employers, a very distinct employer classification that carries some unique tax and legal obligations. Handling these obligations and compliance requirements with guaranteed accuracy is very important for both the family and the care provider. By teaming up with HomeWork Solutions, Inc., FamilyHelpandCare.com (http://www.familyhelpandcare.com) is able to offer this guarantee of accuracy.
HomeWork Solutions, Inc. is the nation’s leading provider of payroll and tax services for employers of in-home elder care providers and other household workers, backed by nearly two decades of experience. A nationally recognized expert in the field of household employment taxes, they have assisted over 30,000 families with their payroll and tax reporting compliance. HomeWork Solutions offers a variety of service options from full payroll service, to tax support only, customized to suit the specific needs and budget of each family. As a client of FamilyHelpandCare.com, call 1-800-626-4829 for a free consultation from a HomeWork Solutions expert. In addition, the usual registration fee of $100 will be waived for our clients.
“A household employer is defined as someone who pays an individual to perform duties in or around their home. Household employees include home health aides, senior or elder care providers, private nurses, nannies, housekeepers, gardeners, cooks, personal assistants, household managers, etc. It is a fairly common misperception that household workers can be classified as independent contractors,”