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The Cost of Hiring an Overseas Nanny 

Most people have never considered hiring a nanny/caregiver because they believed it would be too expensive for their family to afford. However, the truth surprises most families who contact OCR.

A Nanny/Caregiver is actually far more cost effective with increased flexibility, especially if the family has multiple children in daycare, a family member with special needs, or an elderly loved one in a nursing homeThe detailed payroll chart below was designed to give you a better understanding of the monthly cost of having a full time nanny (for child care).  

For ELDERLY CARE - the prevailing rate depending on the region where you belong. Please contact the JobBank,  or call us for further information.

Base on Bi-Weekly Payroll New Payroll Deductions Online Calculator for January, 2019 


Standard hours of work per week (40 hrs x 2 wks) 80
Hourly rates:  $16.00
Gross Bi-Weekly Wages: $1,280.00
Room and Board - FREE of charged 0

Deductions & contribution from Nanny/Caregiver salary & employer remittance to CCRA...

Employer Bi-Weekly Contribution:

Canada Pension Plan (CPP): $60.13
Employment Insurance (EI): $28.31
Total Employer Contribution to CCRA:  $88.44


Nanny/Caregiver Bi-Weekly Contribution:

Federal Tax:  $96.44
Provincial Tax: $51.18
Canada Pension Plan (CPP) $60.13
Employment Insurance (EI) $20.22
Total Nanny Contribution to CCRA: $227.97
Employer Bi-Weekly remittances to CCRA: $316.41
Net Bi-Weekly pay to Nanny/Caregiver: $1,052.03
Total Bi-Weekly cost - employer: $

Total Monthly cost of having a Nanny/Caregiver in your household: (Net monthly salary $2,104.06 plus taxes $632.82