Nanny Payroll Service

When you're hiring a nanny, arranging your new employee's payroll and tax can be the most daunting aspect

Becoming an employer of a nanny for the first time can be a bit overwhelming. Tinies local agency consultants are there to help you every step of the way.

As a nanny employer, you are responsible for payrolling your nanny and ensuring that the relevant deductions are made from your nanny's gross salary and paid to HMRC.

HMRC has tightened up its systems so that employers paying "cash in hand" are far more likely to be caught out, as they can now track payments being made to employees, and will question any gaps in an employee's declared income.

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Nanny payroll provided by Nannytax or Nanny Matters

At Tinies we work closely with two specialist childcare payroll companies.

They can provide you with a fully comprehensive nanny payroll service, as well as advice and full legal support relating to the employment and pay of your nanny.

Tinies recommends these childcare payroll companies:

  1. Nannytax on 020 3137 4401 or
  2. Nanny Matters on 01275 464 425 or

Employing a nanny

Becoming an employer, especially for the first time, can be both stressful and confusing and without working knowledge of the tax system and current employment law you are entering a minefield.

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Nanny payroll calculator

Use Nannytax's payroll calculator to help you work out the difference between "net" and the actual "total" cost to you as an employer of a nanny.

Payroll Calculator


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