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How much does a nanny cost in 2024?

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What you need to know before you negotiate a rate of pay with your nanny.

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What Revenue’s enhance reporting requirements mean if you employ a nanny

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There are changes coming from 1st January 2024 that will affect families who employ a nanny at home. Here are what the changes mean and what you need to do.

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Top Ten Reasons to Hire a Nanny at Home

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Hiring a nanny can offer more flexibility and a bespoke timetable that matches your family routine.

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10 reasons you need Nanny Payroll in your life

Employers’ guide to Ireland’s new Sick Leave Act

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The law in Ireland is changing. Here is what employers need to know to stay compliant. Need more help? Contact our team today.

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What does the new auto enrolment pension scheme mean for nannies?

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The Irish State’s auto-enrolment pension scheme is due to start operating in 2024, giving employees access to a workplace pension savings scheme which is co-funded by their employer and the State. But what does it mean for those who employ nannies in their home?

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How to be a good employer to your nanny

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The right candidate is hard to find. Once you have found the right fit for your family you need to work on building a mutually respectful and lasting relationship. Here is everything you need to know about keeping a household employee happy.

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Why you should never negotiate your nanny’s salary in net terms

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Astrid Hamilton from Nanny Payroll says you can save hundreds with this simple negotiating strategy.

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9 mistakes Irish families make when paying their nanny

Your nanny’s employment rights – what you need to know

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When you hire a nanny or a childminder who looks after your children in your own home, you become their employer. This comes with legal and financial responsibilities. Here is what you need to know.

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