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Nannytax Blog - News and advice for the Nanny Industry

News and advice for the Nanny Industry


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Read Nannytax's quick guide to tax-free childcare.

 

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As part of our new Ask-the-Expert series, we have put a quick guide together to help nannies before they sign a new employment contract with a family. 

 

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Nannysharing is an affordable way to ensure you are providing your children with quality one-on-one care in a home environment. Check out 3 ways that you can share a nanny with another family.

 

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As part of our new Ask-the-Expert series, we invited childcare consultant and founding director of The Natalie Rose Nanny Agency, Natalie Rose, to write some expert tips to consider before you interview the perfect nanny for your family.

 

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It’s here! From 25 May 2018 the infamous General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) means that any individuals or organisations handling personal data must ensure they are taking significant steps to be compliant with the new legislation.

 

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Nannytax Nanny Salary Index 2017

It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for - we‘re delighted to announce the launch of this year’s Nannytax Nanny Salary Index 2017!  Unique to Nannytax since 1998, our Nannytax Nanny Salary Index (formally the Wages Survey) has helped shape the nanny industry over the past 25 years, tracking changes in nannies salaries across the UK.

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There are three main changes happening in the new Tax Year that will have an affect on nannies and employers. The Tax Free Allowance, National Insurance thresholds and Pension contributions . . .

 

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This week the government announced their 'Good Work Plan' – the major reforms they are proposing to zero hours contracts. Read our 2 minute guide to the proposed changes here

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This year, Nannytax celebrates 25 years of supporting families, nannies and nanny agencies in the UK. We’re proud to say there have been many accomplishments along the way. Take a look at some of our highlights from the past 25 years and be sure to check out our 25 Year infographic and interactive timeline.

 

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The Chancellor has now made his Autumn Budget and while the newspapers bemoan stagnant economic growth and hope for more affordable housing, we have to think calmly about how the announcements affect the nanny industry.

There are two aspects of the Budget that will affect nannies, nanny employers and nanny agencies.

 

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Nannying is one of the very few professions where salaries are still sometimes agreed in net. This is not advisable for a number of reasons but very often people do not understand the implications of a gross or net salary. In this blog we answer some crucial questions to clarify the issue and explain why salaries should always be agreed in gross.

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