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For many nannies, having health insurance as part of their nanny employment package is essential.
Nannies work with children in such an intimate setting that they are readily exposed to the illnesses of the family who employs them. Since being exposed to germs is part of the job, it’s important that nannies be and stay healthy so that they can do their jobs effectively.
According to a 2012 International Nanny Association Salary and Benefits Survey, 16% of full-time nannies reported that they received 100% of their health insurance premium paid for by their employing family and 10% reported that they received 50% of their health insurance premiums paid by their employing family.
Since contributions paid towards a nanny’s health insurance premium are considered non-taxable income, many employers opt to provide this valuable benefit since neither they nor the employee is required to pay taxes on the contributed funds, resulting in significant savings to both the nanny and employer.
By reducing the employee’s salary in an amount equivalent to the annual health insurance premium, the nanny secures health insurance and her taxable income is reduced, resulting in an increase in her net pay. Employers benefit from providing health insurance as they can contribute to their nanny’s health insurance premium with tax-free dollars through the payroll process, therefore decreasing employer taxes.
If you’re in need of health insurance or considering providing health insurance benefits for your nanny, please contact one of the following nanny health insurance specialists:
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