INA provides a wealth of information, networking opportunities and professional and personal growth for nannies everywhere. Whether you are a first time nanny or an experienced “veteran” in the industry, INA offers something for you.
To find qualified nannies, professional nanny positions or companies that service our industry, turn to businesses that strive for higher standards. Whether you are a first time nanny employer or have been employing domestic help for years, INA provides resources to help you be successful.
Parents and nannies turn to placement agencies that strive for higher standards. INA placement agencies stand out from the rest. Whether you are thinking about starting your own agency or have an established agency, INA offers something for you.
While life experiences with children can help nannies prepare for their career, a growing number of professional caregivers are obtaining formal training and education to learn essential child care skills. As an INA member, you’ll be the place nannies turn to for training.
From household payroll and tax service providers to background investigative services, online recruiting companies and more, INA is home to businesses that strive for higher standards and specialize in providing services to our industry.
March 20, 2017
When President Trump laid out his vision for America to Congress last week he highlighted his vision to make tax policy around child care more family friendly. Ivanka outlined a plan to allow families to deduct child-care expenses from their taxable income, with the amount capped at the average cost of child care in their… Read more »
March 13, 2017
By Tom Breedlove of HomePay by Breedlove When a family decides to hire a nanny to care for their kids, both parties are completely focused on fit – financial, schedule, personality, etc. Once everything is aligned between family and caregiver, the final step is to make sure all the tax and legal aspects of… Read more »
March 7, 2017
By Guy Maddalone, Founder & CEO, GTM Payroll Services It’s tax season! Filing a tax return can be stressful if you’re not prepared. Set yourself up for success by taking these steps beginning at the time of hire. Submit Form W-4 before you start work Your employer (the family you’ll work for) should… Read more »