SO GLAD I obey the law - NOT !!! GRRRRRR
I pay employment taxes on my nanny. It's the law, it's the right thing to do, I'm glad I do it. But could the state make it any harder? The forms are so complex and confusing it's as though I need an accountant and a lawyer to understand them. They use the same forms for me as for a corporation with a thousand employees. And now I've moved, and I called, and waited on hold, and sent the papers in saying I've dissolved my household, and done everything they've asked. So what do I get in the mail? A penalty notice demanding $75! No explanation of why - but a helpful list of things I might have done, including not filing a payroll even if I didn't pay anyone anything! They can kiss my left cheek if they think I'm paying this. GRRRRRRRRR.
Katie, Mom to two boys
Retraining my dopamine circuits thanks to David Kessler, MD.
Jonathan: Halloween 2004
Alex: A smidge past Groundhog Day 2007