On Monday, October 26, 2020, Megan Russell was interviewed by Sunny Burns and Sunmarie Burns of the FamVestor podcast.
Don’t let stress about tax filing requirements keep you or your child from a powerful opportunity to provide for their future.
I do not need to file Schedule H and imagine that most parent household employers also do not need to file this schedule.
My daughter was employed at her first job, earned her first income, and was able to fund her Roth IRA for the first time.
For domestic tasks like babysitting there are often two options: independent contractor or household employee. Taking the time to educate yourself on the difference may be worth your while.
There are many opportunities to pay your children. If that payment can be counted as earned income, then the child is eligible to fund their Roth IRA.
Someone has to be proactive about your child’s retirement and every year you don’t open a retirement account is another year you’re holding back compound interest.