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Nanny (2022)

Aisha (Anna Diop) is a Senegalese immigrant pursuing the American Dream in an attempt to give her son Lamine (Jahleel Kamara), who is still in Senegal, a better life. When she is hired as a nanny for a wealthy white family in Manhattan, she constantly feels the weight of her own maternal sacrifice.

Nanny (2022)

Aisha, an undocumented immigrant, lands a job as a nanny for a wealthy Manhattan couple. As she prepares for the arrival of the son she left behind in Senegal, a violent presence begins to invade both her dreams and her reality, threatening to destroy the American Dream she is painstakingly piecing together.

Aisha (Anna Diop) is a Senegalese immigrant who has arrived in New York City with her own American Dream, though one that should really not feel so out of reach: she just wants her adorable young son Lamine, who is back in Senegal, to join her. When she gets a new job nannying for an affluent couple with a cute kid (Rose Decker), the steady paycheck seems destined to get Aisha and Lamine on the right track. But the real cost is one Aisha could never have seen coming.

This means if a household employee like a nanny, housekeeper, private teacher, or in-home senior caregiver, earns $2,400 or more in cash wages in 2022, Social Security and Medicare taxes, commonly called FICA taxes, must be paid by the family and the employee.

Beyond full- and part-time household employees, temporary or seasonal domestic workers can easily exceed that threshold and trigger nanny tax compliance. Summer and after-school nannies, private tutors and teachers, and temporary senior caregivers may reach the nanny tax threshold even if they only work short-term for a family.

Amazon Prime: Aisha gets a job as a nanny to a wealthy family in the hopes eventually being able to bring her son to join her in America. But as she learns more about the family she works for, Aisha starts to feel a dark presence everywhere she goes.

Aisha (Anna Diop) has recently moved to New York City from Senegal and taken a job as a nanny. Her goal is to earn enough money to bring her young son, Lamine (Jahleel Kamara) to join her in America.

Parents need to know that Nanny is a horror-drama about a woman from Senegal (Anna Diop) who's working as a nanny for a wealthy New York family. She's hoping to raise money to bring her own son over, but strange things start happening. Violence includes scary stuff and spooky noises, dripping blood and blood smears, a child in peril, death, images of drowning, and more. Two characters flirt, kiss, and have (brief) sex; one sits on top of the other, and a woman's bare breasts are visible. Another partial breast is seen while a woman is in the shower. A married character tries to kiss another woman, and there's some sex-related dialogue. Foul language is infrequent but includes few uses of "f--k" and "s--t." Adults drink socially at a party, and a character appears tipsy after returning home late from work.

In NANNY, former teacher Aisha (Anna Diop) leaves her son in Senegal while she heads to New York City to raise money working as a nanny for wealthy families. She gets a job looking after Rose (Rose Decker), whose father, Adam (Morgan Spector), a photojournalist, is hardly ever home. Rose's mother, Amy (Michelle Monaghan), is frazzled, overworked, and sometimes controlling. At first things go smoothly, and Aisha and Rose quickly bond. Aisha also starts dating doorman Malik (Sinqua Walls), whose mother (Leslie Uggams) is a priestess and welcomes Aisha into their home. But soon Aisha finds herself working overtime and having to remind Amy and Adam to pay her. She also can't seem to get to her son or his caretaker on the phone. She begins to see a variety of disturbing visions, from spiders to sudden rainstorms inside rooms to mysterious figures.

As a result, you have an employer-employee relationship in the eyes of the IRS. If you're the employer of a household employee, you have a responsibility to withhold and pay certain taxes on their behalf, including the "nanny tax."

For 2022, this credit can reduce the cost of child care expenses from hiring a nanny and can be worth as much as 20% to 35% of up to $3,000 of child care or similar costs for a child under 13, or up to $6,000 for two or more dependents.

Like a nanny, the IRS considers babysitters household employees if you exceed the annual income threshold for the year. Your employer will need to withhold taxes on your behalf unless you're under the age of 18 or meet other exceptions to this rule, such as working for an agency. If you earn beneath this income level, you qualify as a self-employed person.

Unphased by her nanny going missing, Remy is quick to hire a new one. She interviews Kendra and talks about Matilda, the previous nanny, being hard to replace. Kendra and Remy bond over losing their mothers and hires Kendra on the spot!

Haley wanted revenge on Remy, and plotted to take everything from her half-sister. Her scheme centered on becoming Ella's nanny, but after seeing that she was under the care of a nanny named Matilda, Haley (now renamed Kendra) relentlessly stalked and harassed Matilda into leaving her position, and resorted to attacking Matilda when she didn't comply. The events saw Kendra introduce herself to Remy as Ella's new nanny, displaying a sweet and kind demeanor to both Remy and Ella, though while pushing Ella on the swing, Kendra began to seethe when Ella mentioned how amazing her mother was.

Right from the start this movie is slow and uninteresting. Aisha (Anna Diop), an undocumented immigrant from Senegal, takes a job as a nanny to a rich couple. She instantly connects with their young daughter Rose, which is good, because she spends far more time with her than the parents do. There are glimpses of both the mother and the father touching Aisha, or being suggestive towards her, but overall this part of the story is bizarre and completely unnecessary.

Immigrant nanny Aisha, piecing together a new life in New York City while caring for the child of an Upper East Side family, is forced to confront a concealed truth that threatens to shatter her precarious American Dream. Amazon Studios

A nanny is much more than just a caregiver. Work schedules being what they are, oftentimes the nanny is the one that spends much of the waking time with our children. So, when you find a good one, you certainly want to make sure they are happy. And there are many little things you can do throughout the year to make sure they remain that way.

The key is to take little moments or tokens to show them they are appreciated. Here are some suggestions to get the creative juices flowing, but feel free to combine or make any of them your own. Here are at least 50 ways to thank your nanny in 2022.

There are TONS of great gift ideas out there, and hopefully our little listicle here has helped to get your creative juices flowing. No matter what gift ideas you select, your nanny will be happy to know she is such an important and valued part of your family. Happy gifting!!

As these disturbing spells grow more frequent, they sometimes endanger Rose. For instance, Aisha has a vision in a park one day. When she wakes up, a stranger is carrying Rose back to Aisha, telling the nanny that Rose actually left the park (and that she should be ashamed of herself for losing track of her).

When she lands a seemingly lucrative job as a nanny to a wealthy white couple in Manhattan, her dream appears within reach. But as she cares for their daughter, a violent supernatural presence gathers force, an undercurrent to the sinister power dynamics between a Black undocumented worker and her privileged white employers. 041b061a72


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