American Association of Daily Money Managers

Employing Caregivers: Impact of Regulatory & Legislative Changes on Your Clients



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Tom Breedlove, will share information that DMMs need to know in order to prepare for household employment questions, advise clients about risk management and help families save money. The webinar will examine the impact of recent regulation on families with domestic workers. Special emphasis will be given to the repeal of the Companion Care Exemption and the new financial decisions related to first-party vs. third-party caregivers; interpretation and enforcement of worker classification (employee vs. independent contractor); the Domestic Worker Bill of Rights legislation and its impact on wage disputes and worker-driven compliance; tax strategies for dependent and long-term care situations; and new IRS enforcement initiatives around employment tax collections and its anticipated impact on the household employment segment.
DMMs who advise, or anticipate advising, recipients of in-home care may benefit from this webinar.

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