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Home Day Care

Indemnity Coverage For Child Care Providers

You should always have good workers for a day care center that have passed a security check. They should all be finger printed and should be free from any arrest records. Everyone wants the best care for his or her children. No one wants to take chances with the children’s care. A good daycare center will do all of the background checks and finger printing on the people that work for them. They should also monitor their workers.

The same thing goes for insurance coverage for child care and child care providers. If your company is taking care of other’s children, you should always have insurance. Children getting hurt on playgrounds or falling down while running are common mishaps. These things happen no matter how good a care provider is watching the children. Parents sometimes do not believe the children were supervised adequately, if there is an injury. A daycare center, or child care in home should invest in the indemnity coverage for child care and workers. Ohio has fantastic day care and in-home care centers that offer excellent childcare and each of these have the indemnity coverage in case of accidents.

Children tend to fall off toys or playground equipment, fall when running or are hit or bit by other children. Parents do not understand that this happens while someone is watching the child and will cause problems with the child care center. A good insurance plan will cover children while they are at the day care. Some policies offer at home-continued coverage, paid for by the parents. The day care center will need to make sure that all of the children are safe and if accident happens, the day care will be responsible for the medical bills incurred.

Child care is a dangerous thing without insurance coverage. People sue every day if their child is injured while at day care. The day care center would be responsible to pay any medical bills that came with the child injured while in their care. Insurance coverage can cover things that happen, even the things that send the child to the hospital or doctor’s office. If a child falls off the monkey bars and breaks their arm, someone is responsible. Someone has to pay when the child has to go to the hospital to get his or her arm checked. The parents feel this is the responsibility of the child care or in-home care center in Ohio. Indemnity coverage for children’s care.

It is not uncommon for folks owning a daycare business to have their Indemnity bill slashed by almost 40%

Find out how by using the more info box at the top right.

Home Child Care Bookkeeping

Home Day Care Bookkeeping

One of the best ways to keep records for your home child care business is to keep it simple. For instance, keep a binder that is divided into various sections. Be sure to write down all of your expenses and keep reciepts.

One section can be for recording food expenses. This section can be for groceries and other food related items for the kitchen. Keep reciepts and bills that are to be paid.

Another section can be for advertising fees. This will include news paper ads, radio spots, and other types of advertising related to generating new business.

New toys and games can have its own category too. Kids furnituring, blankets, pillows and other sundry items can go here.

A second binder can be used for income. One section can be for regular weekly kids and another section can be for drop-offs.

The secret to sucessful Home child Care Bookkeeping is to record everything. Remember, no job is complete until the paper work is done.

Here is a great video withn tips from a home child care owner.