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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Is My Homeschool Co-op Teacher an Employee or Independent Contractor?

Are my homeschool co-op teachers employees or independent contractors?Is My Homeschool Co-op Teacher an Employee or Independent Contractor?

Should your homeschool co-op teacher be an employee or an independent contractor? What’s the difference and how do you make the decision?  Carol Topp, CPA, the HomeschoolCPA, sheds light onto this confusing topic and tells you how she determines if a co-op teacher is an employee or an independent contractor.

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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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What Homeschool Leaders Don’t Know About NonProfit Status

What Homeschool Leaders Don't Know About Non-Profit Status

What Homeschool Leaders Don’t Know About NonProfit Status

Carol Topp, CPA, the HomeschoolCPA will share tips on important issues that homeschool leaders may not know about. This episode will focus on helping homeschool leaders understand nonprofit status for their groups. What does it take to be a nonprofit? Only two things! Did you know that nonprofit status is not the same thing as tax exempt status?

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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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The podcast to help homeschool leaders is back!

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The Podcast to Help Homeschool Leaders is Back!

Carol Topp, CPA, the HomeschoolCPA took a break from podcasting, but now she’s back with a different format. The podcast will be focused on helping homeschool leaders and businesses run their programs legally and successfully. The podcast episodes will be shorter–15 or 20 minutes max and will air weekly.

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FEATURED SERVICE from HomeschoolCPA:

  • 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.

Click Here to request more information!

 

 

 

 

Co-ops: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

MBFLP - Homeschool Co-ops Good and Bad

If you homeschool, you’ve probably wondered if you ought to join a co-op. On today’s program, we talk about how co-ops can help you meet your kids’ academic and social needs. One of the biggest advantages of homeschooling, though, is being able to individualize education for each of your children. Homeschooling isn’t one-size-fits-all, so we’ll also talk about how you can know if a particular co-op (or any co-op at all) isn’t a good fit for your children or your family.

 

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Homeschoolers and the Law

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This week on Life and the Law, Christine Field will discuss homeschooling laws.  A recent case regarding a homeschool enrichment group will be analyzed and several other education-related stories will be highlighted.

 

Notes from this week’s episode:

Indiana Supreme Court to Review Lawsuit Harassing Catholic Volunteer Homeschool Group Over Meal

http://www.christiannewswire.com/news/8861273603.html

 

Why Some People Don’t Like Homeschoolers

http://www.babble.com/kid/why-some-people-dont-like-homeschoolers/

 

Students Sign Petition to Have  Gun Owners Executed In Concentration Camps

http://visiontoamerica.com/16736/students-sign-petition-to-have-gun-owners-executed-in-concentration-camps/

 

Report: Abortions at Lowest Rate Since Roe v Wade

http://bighealthreport.com/11320/report-abortions-at-lowest-rate-since-roe-v-wade/

 

 

Tracking & Classifying Our Children From Pre-K To College

http://politicaloutcast.com/2014/01/tracking-classifying-children-pre-k-college/

 

Dollars and Sense Show with Carol Topp

The Dollars and Sense Show with Carol Topp will air every other Thursday at 1:00 pm ET.

Part 2 of a 2-part series for homeschoolers interested in starting a homeschool group.

December 19, 2013  What is tax exemption and how do I get it for my homeschool group?

Dollars and Sense Show with Carol Topp

The Dollars and Sense Show with Carol Topp will air every other Thursday at 1:00 pm ET.

Carol Topp, the Homeschool CPA,  starts a two-part series for homeshoolers interested in starting a homeschool group:

December 5, 2013  Starting a homeschool organization correctly.
December 19, 2013 What is tax exemption and how do I get it for my homeschool group?

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