Most full-time nannies accrue 10 paid time off days per year and receive major paid holidays. It is becoming more common to provide your nanny a health insurance stipend (tax free benefit). A nanny job is legally defined as an hourly paid position. Most nannies will require guaranteed weekly hours (whether you use them or not) so that they can support themselves.
If a nanny earns more than $2100 in a calendar year, they are supposed to be hired as a W2 employee. The overall pay range for experienced nannies in Colorado is $17-$25 per hour with the majority earning $17-$21 per hour. If a nanny uses her car to drive for work purposes, the employer is expected to reimburse with mileage and/or gas stipend.
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