Keep Up To Date on State Filings for Your Homeschool Nonprofit

Keep Up To Date On Your State Filings for your Non Profit Group

Most homeschool leader know that they need to report annually to the IRS, but did you know that there are probably filings to do in your state every year? Carol Topp, the HomeschoolCPA, discusses the most common state reports that homeschool nonprofit organizations need to file.

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The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization

 

Does your homeschool group need to pay taxes?  Could they avoid paying taxes by being a 501c3 tax exempt organization? Do you know the pros and cons of 501c3 status? Do you know what 501c3 status could mean for your homeschool group?  I have the answers for you in my book The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization. The information I share in my book has been helpful to homeschool support groups, co-ops, music and sports groups and will help you understand:

  • The benefits of 501c3 status
  • The disadvantages too!
  • What it takes to make the IRS happy
  • What your state requires
  • Why your organization should consider becoming a nonprofit corporation
  • What is the difference between nonprofit incorporation and tax exemption
  • IRS requirements after you are tax exempt

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Creative Ways to Run Your Co-op Without Employees

So you really don’t want your homeschool co-op to hire teachers as employees, but how can you run your group without them? Carol Topp, the HomeschoolCPA , offers a few creative ways to run a homeschool co-op without hiring employees or dealing with payroll.

So you really don’t want your homeschool co-op to hire teachers as employees, but how can you run your group without them? Carol Topp, the HomeschoolCPA , offers a few creative ways to run a homeschool co-op without hiring employees or dealing with payroll.

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Paying Workers in a Homeschool Organization

 

Are you paying workers in your homeschool organization? Can a volunteer be paid? Should a worker be treated as an employee or independent contractor? Do you know the difference?

Homeschool leader and CPA, Carol Topp, has the answers to your questions in her book Paying Workers in a Homeschool Organization.

This 130 page book covers paying workers as employees or independent contractors. There are alos chapters on paying volunteers and board members. It includes sample forms, tips and advice to help you pay workers in accordance with the IRS laws to help your organization pay their workers correctly. Written specifically for homeschool organizations.

 

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How Should We Handle Reimbursements in our Homeschool Group?

How Should We Handle Reimbursements in our Homeschool Group?

It’s that time of year when your homeschool group is trying to wrap up its finances for the year. In this podcast episode Carol  Topp, the Homeschool CPA, explains how to give reimbursements to your members properly, so they are not considered taxable income.

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Money Management for Homeschool Organizations

Does your homeschool group manage their money well? Do you have a budget and know where the money is spent? Do you know how to prevent fraud? This 115 page book will help you to open a checking account, establish a budget, prevent mistakes and fraud, use software to keep the books, prepare a financial statement and hire workers. Sample forms and examples of financial statements in clear English are provided.

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Is There a Penalty for Misclassifying my Homeschool Group’s Workers?

Is There a Penalty for Misclassifying my Homeschool Group's Workers? Carol Topp, the Homeschool CPA has your answer to this question!Is There a Penalty for Misclassifying my Homeschool Group’s Workers?

The IRS imposes strict penalties on an employer who treats workers as Independent Contractors when they should be employees. These penalties have put businesses and nonprofits out of business. Carol Topp, the Homeschool CPA, discusses this topic and some programs the IRS has to avoid crippling penalties.

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Paying Workers in a Homeschool Organization

  • Is your homeschool teacher an employee or independent contractor?
  • Should your homeschool co-op director be paid as an employee?
  • How hard is it to set up a payroll system?
  • What happens if my homeschool group misclassifies a worker? Are their penalties?

Worker classification can be a confusing topic.

My book Paying Workers in a Homeschool Organization can help clear a lot of confusion, but perhaps you want to discuss your particular situation in a private, individual phone consultation.

I offer phone consultations to help you determine if your homeschool organization’s workers are employee or independent contractors. The phone call will be followed up with an email containing a fact-based determination and information to help you take the next steps.

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Homeschool Leadership is Like Marriage Part 2

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Leading a homeschool organization can be like marriage. It takes sacrifice, but it can be hugely rewarding.

Carol Topp shares insights on leadership from Hebrews Chapter 13 with a group of homeschool leaders in this 2nd part of a 2-part episode. She shares 3 warning of attitudes to avoid.

Listen to Part 1.  where Carol warned against trying to meet everyones’ expectations.

For more help in leading a homeschool organization check out Carol’s website, HomeschoolCPA.com where you can purchase her book  Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out.

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Homeschool Leadership is Like Marriage Part 1

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Leading a homeschool organization is a lot like marriage. It takes, time, money and sacrifice, but it can be hugely rewarding.

Join Carol Topp as she addresses a group of homeschool leaders and encourages them in the important work they are doing, but  also reminds them to not try and meet everyone’s expectations.

For more help in running a homeschool organization check out Carol’s website, HomeschoolCPA.com where you can purchase her book  Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out

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More of Starting a Micro Business. Episode #55

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There’s lots to learn about starting a running a micro business, so join author and accountant Carol Topp in this podcast.

She shares information on creating a mini business plan and pitfalls to avoid to help you launch successfully.
Carol also took time to answer questions from the audience on taxes.

Learn more about starting a running a micro business at MicroBusinessForTeens.com

To learn more about taxes that teenagers might need to pay visit TeensAndTaxes.com

Carol mentions a YouTube video that features 6 teenagers and their micro businesses

Starting a Micro Business. Episode #54

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Interested in making money and learning a lot about how to run a business? Try starting with a micro business.

Author and accountant, Carol Topp, explains to an audience of teenagers and parents how to start a micro business. She explains what a micro business is and how to get started.

To learn more about micro businesses visit MicroBusinessForTeens.com

To learn more about taxes that teenagers might need to pay visit TeensAndTaxes.com

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More on Homeschool Co-ops. Episode #53

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This podcast covers more tips to starting a homeschool co-op from Carol Topp, CPA the author of Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out.

Carol answers questions from homeschool  leaders including:

  • insurance
  • background checks
  • tax exempt status from the IRS
  • required annual reporting to the IRS
  • the need for bylaws and policies

Listen to Part 1 of this podcast.

For more information on starting and running a homeschool co-op visit Carol’s website HomeschoolCPA.com

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Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out has helped more than 1,000 readers run their homeschool co-ops. Get your copy here.

Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out

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This podcast covers tips to starting a homeschool co-op from Carol Topp, CPA the author of Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out.

Carol covers the 4 W’s and 2 Cs that leaders need to answer in launching a new co-op:

What, Where, When and Who and Cost and Curriculum

This is Part 1 of a two-part podcast. To hear Part 2 where I cover the basics of business structure and getting nonprofit and tax exempt status for your co-op click here.

For more information on starting and running a homeschool co-op visit Carol’s website HomeschoolCPA.com

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Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out has helped more than 1,000 readers run their homeschool co-ops. Get your copy here.

The Homeschool Co-ops book is on sale during the summer of 2016!

Only $7.50 for the print version or $3.99 for the ebook version.

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