HomeBabysittingThe right way to start a babysitting “business”?
Posted in Babysitting on 31st October 2010

question from Rachel D : The right way to start a babysitting “business”
I am expecting my first child in August and I am a military wife. I want to be a mother to stay home in order to increase while, but I want to pull in some extra money to help, so baby-sitting seems a reasonable choice. I would only wish to see maybe one or two children, maybe help one or two mothers. What would the average pay per hour, per child? I want to help my fellow military wives, I would never invite them too much, but I’m not sure what is reasonable. Since this would be a little thing so it would be taken on any tax claim? Is not there a certain amount you have to be a year to maintain one? Where do they usually offer CPR classes to take as long to do, and are they free? And to publish any good websites stuff, or simply set up flyers? Any recommendations would, personal experiences, very grateful. Many thanks Best Answer:

response from Kirby
Most hospitals and recreation centers have CPR and first aid classes, these can be certified in about $ 60 or so cost, depending on where you live most got a day . How to pay, that also depends on where you live, but I think if you asked for $ 6-8 per child per hour, which would be appropriate. Or build a flat daily rate? Place flyers in pediatricians offices or on Craigslist. I know a lot of people do not trust Craigslist, but we have two great nanny / babysitter there, and if you do your background checks and interviews, you can find some great people you gefunden.Wenn friends you meet on the offer can be found, have them under the table to do tax-free, but if you take in more children need a license for a daycare in your home, which would run also mean that you would need to pay taxes, get insurance, etc. I would keep it small-2 to 3 children max and you should not need to get into the legal stuff.


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