Yes, that is an important part of our mission: to navigate all tax and compliance-related issues on behalf of our clients.
No, the states of California and Texas do not require our type of organization to be licensed as a Home Care Organization.
Yes, but only when the care recipient’s needs are such that an in-home needs assessment would benefit us in our selection of caregivers for you to interview.
Yes, phone interviews are often made use of by our clients, particularly when their needs are urgent or when they are out-of-town or tied up with their businesses.
You can interview up to two caregivers at any given time. We set up the interviews to best suit your availability (or that of the care recipient).
We don’t enter into time-related contracts with our clients, meaning that you can quit any time. In addition, ours are pay-as-you-go services, so you don’t pay us any upfront fees.
We have developed a number of services and products that are included in our flat fee of 20% for live-in care, and 25% for live-out caregivers. These services deliver a complete level of convenience for our clients, including taking care of all tax and compliance-related issues.
We handle payments to your caregiver much like the way employees are paid in the corporate world. Your caregiver would be paid weekly by ACH bank-to-bank transfers. Your caregivers use a mobile app (or alternatively an SMS-based system) to report their work hours, and Kindly Care calculates the gross wages, payroll taxes, and our commission […]
We cannot make such open-ended guarantees, since ultimately our clients make the final selection of who they want to work with. However, rest assured that we understand the criticality of emergencies, and that we’ll be sending you as many candidate suggestions as it takes to ensure rapid and successful matching.
We ask all our clients to designate a number of candidates as their backup caregivers, which enables them to auto-fill their emergency shifts. In rare cases when the auto-fill process is disabled (either because the family didn’t finalize the selection of backup caregivers, or because all backup caregivers are unavailable for the needed shift times), […]