Workers' Compensation for nannies

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Workers' Compensation Insurance is required for any employee, including a Nanny. You, as an employer, have to provide it if you have one or more employees whether they work full or part time. What Workers' Comp provides for is benefit for your employee if they become ill or injured during the course of their job or on their job. The source of Workers' Comp is through an insurance broker, generally, or there are states that have their own fund set up that you can contact directly. California is The State Workers' Compensation Fund, where you can get it from directly.

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Christine Neilson is from London, England and moved to the United States in 1991. She has a BA with honors in Business Studies with an emphasis in  Finance from South Bank University in London. Prior to moving to the United States, Christine worked in the computer industry for seven years as an operator and programmer before becoming a Surveyor specializing in commercial real estate appraisal, acquisition and development.  Having recently obtained her California and Washington real estate licenses Christine is merging her extensive financial advisory and real estate experience to provide unique expertise to clients.

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