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We are moving to Leslieville at the end of May 2011 and would love to share a full-time, live-out nanny. Our son will be 18 months old in May. Is anyone else out there looking for the same or have any advice? I have no idea what a nanny typically costs... Please feel free to email me at email@example.com
Thanks in advance!
We were also looking into this for the end of May... We've found a fabulous nanny, and I've spoken to a few families, all who've dropped out after finding daycare. To make it affordable, though, I'd need to pull in a third part time person, who I have also found (she'd start in July and her daughter will be 1 year). My daughter will be 1 year at the beginning of June... we both live in the Leslieville area- Queen and Greenwood area.
soooo... here's the lowdown on paying a nanny in a shared situation... by far the most confusing and complicated part of this process.
Both families will have to take out a business number and pay the nanny separately. You will be responsible for paying payroll tax- deducting EI, CPP & income tax from the nanny's paycheck as well as paying 1XEI and 1.4XCPP over and above the gross salary. You will have to remit payment to Revenue Canada on a monthly basis. I found this website to be helpful www.nannyquestions.com they have a link under "hiring a nanny" that takes you to the Revenue Canada website and a tax calculator, so you can find out exactly how much the taxes will be.
I've heard of people using a company to deal with all the paperwork, for a small fee (not sure how small). You can check out ADP. Also try http://www.tax4nanny.ca/.
I am meeting with a few home daycares next week, so if I see something I like, I may be forced to take the easy route... but i still really like the idea of sharing a nanny- the woman I've found is pretty great- she's hoping to become a midwife and has been working as a nanny for the past few years, and has nanny shared in the past with 2 families in Vancouver.
If you'd be interested in chatting further about this, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I can also give you the nanny's name and contact info.
I am very interested in a nanny share but starting Sept 2012. If this is a possibility, let me know. Our girl will be one year in May and is extremely active, good natured and playful. I am happy to do scouting work to try and locate a good nanny. We are around Logan and Dundas. Our house is slowly becoming baby-friendly :)