What Is HomePay?

Hiring someone to help care for your family is a great decision.
But if you pay a household employee more than twenty-four hundred dollars a year(just fifty bucks a week)—things can get complicated.
As an employer, you need to make sure the right amounts are being withheld from each paycheck, keep up with changing labor laws, and manage, prepare and file ALL the required paperwork for federal and state taxes. It takes a lot of time and effort, especially if you’re not a tax expert.
That’s where Care.com HomePay can help. HomePay is a payroll and tax service that manages all your household accounting for you.
From employee enrollment, to time tracking, automated deposits, W-2s, even tax prep and filing, HomePay takes care of every payroll task for any household employee.

For 30 years, busy families have trusted HomePay to provide expert advice and one-on-one support. And with the strongest guarantee in the industry, choosing to use HomePay is simple.

Ready to get started? Sign up for Care.com HomePay, and see why the best decisions are made with Care.

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Check out our nanny tax guide: https://www.care.com/hp/nanny-tax-guide

Check out our nanny tax break calculator: https://www.care.com/homepay/nanny-tax-calculator

Hiring private in-home care can help you provide high-quality, skilled support for your loved one while cutting care expenses. But keeping on top of your responsibilities as an employer can be confusing and time-consuming. If you're thinking of hiring directly, let HomePay work for you. Private employment makes in-home care affordable, and HomePay makes it easy.For more information: https://www.care.com/homepay/senior-care

We're proud to work with thousands of high-quality partners as a resource for their families that have household employees (such as a nanny, housekeeper, senior caregiver or personal assistant). Our comprehensive, guaranteed service specializes in taking care of all the tax and payroll aspects of being a household employer, so that your busy clients don't have any work, worry or risk. Learn more about our service and show you how we can work with you and your clients. To learn more about our Partnership Program check out: https://www.care.com/homepay/partners​

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Check out some of our blog posts:

How much will nanny taxes cost your family: https://www.care.com/hp/how-much-will-nanny-taxes-cost-your-family

How to budget and manage taxes in a nanny share:

How HomePay Works for Household Employees:

Tax breaks and credits for families hiring a nanny:

The household employment wage and hour laws families need to know:

Paying your Nanny legally can have big implications that you may not see coming. Hear how Lisa was able to provide Laura with proof of income that allowed her to refinance her house and become a foster parent:
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Here is an overview of what we do... Care.com is the largest online service to help families find caregivers, and caregivers find jobs. We provide a trusted community for families and caregivers—including nannies, babysitters, special needs caregivers, tutors, senior caregivers, pet caregivers, housekeepers and more—to easily connect and give or get advice.

Our goal is to help our users put care first by connecting with and selecting the best fit for their needs based on profiles, background checks and reviews.

Our Mission is to empower families to put care first by helping them find caregivers for their children, loved ones, pets, and homes—and help caregivers find new jobs that match their schedules and skillsets.
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