I'm trying to put together some numbers for the next time my sisnlaw wants me to watch my 4-month old nephew. It's not that I want her to pay me, it's just that if I didn't do it unless she paid me she might not take so much advantage of me and all this 'free time' I really don't have.Answer Question
Answer by Comfy at 7:27 AM on Feb. 17, 2010
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Answer by Comfy at 7:48 AM on Feb. 17, 2010
Hello I work for a Child Care Resource and Referral agency working with in home day care providers and centers as well as assisting parents to find child care. Here is something to keep in mind. As a informal daycare provider doing child care for your nephew you will not usually be paid as much as a registered or licensed day care provider who has had trainings and background checks and inspections etc. You can call around and ask about what rates other people are charging as a starting point but remember how different the requirements are for each type of child care. Centers charge more than registered family child care and informal providers generally get paid the least. Good Luck!
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