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[[My wife and I employed a Nanny during 1998 for the 1st time. We pay her
about $19,000/yr and therefore elected to pay all taxes due on our 1998 tax

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If you would like to read more about the nanny tax and how it works and the additional forms that you may be required to file, visit the IRS web site ( and download/read IRS Publication 926. It'll give you all of the information that you ever wanted to know about the nanny tax (and more).

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