Is nanny share cheaper? –
Yes! One of the core benefits of sharing a nanny is that it works out about 30-35% cheaper per family compared to a sole nanny. This is comparable to nursery costs in many parts of London.
What is Employer's National Insurance? –
As your nanny's employer, you are liable for National Insurance payments above a certain income threshold. Whether sole or shared, we make sure this is correctly calculated and paid to HMRC on time.
What does Koru Kids include in its fees? –
Everything! We cover your Employer's National Insurance, your Employer's pension contribution, your nanny's training, payroll and contracting, finding and matching you with your nanny, any statutory sick or maternity pay, nanny pay rises and VAT on our fee.
What is Employer's Pension Contribution? –
As your nanny's employer, you have obligations to pay a contribution to your nanny's pension. We calculate this - whether sole or shared - and deal with it as part of our service.
Can I use my tax free childcare with a Koru Kids nanny? –
Yes. Our nannies, if not already Ofsted registered, can be Ofsted registered to enable you to use tax free childcare. This means that - if your household is eligible - you could save up to £2,000 per year per child against your nanny costs.