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Childminder Fees

In 2015/16, the suggested Childminding charges set for full time childcare by NICMA’s Childminding Advisory Council [made up of working Childminders] are a minimum hourly rate of £3.30 per hour per child. Part time places may be charged at an enhanced hourly rate.  This does not take into account regional variations.

As Childminders are self employed childcarers, they can set their own terms and conditions and therefore the suggested charges are a guideline only.

For further information on childminding fees, contact NICMA on 02891 811015.

The Business Side of Childminding

Self Assessment webinar - ask HMRC staff questions and get answers to help with your returns.

They don’t have access to personal tax accounts so no personal information should be given.

Tuesday 10 May at 19:30 to 20:30: Childminders May 2016

 

If you haven’t taken part in live webinars before – this is what they need to do to join:

  1. Sign up by providing a name and email address – a link to attend will be sent.
  2. Ask questions in the text box on the screen – this will be explained during the webinar.

Webcams or microphones are not needed  – HMRC will not be able to see or hear you.

Please note that a new tax year begins on 6th April 2016 - Further information on what will change (including personal allowances) can be found HERE.

Got a lot of questions about tax, National Insurance, business records and expenses?

This online tutorial from HMRC will build your confidence by guiding you through everything you need to know to get started. There are useful tips from others who have been where you are now and practical case studies to help you along the way.

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/courses/syob2/ni_cma/index.htm

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Minimum Standards

CHILDMINDING AND DAYCARE FOR CHILDREN UNDER AGE 12

The ‘Minimum Standards’ were launched in July 12 as a means of providing a consistent level of quality for all childminding and daycare services and to ensure a consistent regional approach to registration and inspection.

There are 2 documents relating to Minimum Standards:

  1. Childminding and DayCare for Children under age 12 – Minimum Standards – July 12
  2. Childminding and DayCare for Children under age 12 – Minimum Standards – IMPLEMENTATION GUIDANCE – July 13

The Books That I Love

‘The Books that I love…’  book reviews compiled by childminders

Click Here to read the first edition.

Click Here to read the second edition.

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