Money Matters for Support Group leaders and more

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The IAHE Informer host Tara Bentley interviews popular convention speaker and author Carol Topp.

Carol Topp, CPA is a retired homeschool mother, an accountant, and author of the Micro Business for Teens series The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization and Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out, as well as several ebooks and magazine articles helping homeschool families.

Join us as we discuss money matter for homeschool support group leaders, micro-businesses for teens, and how to train your children about money management at a young age.

Carol Topp will also be a featured speaker at the IAHE’s Home Educators’ Convention March 28 & 29, 2014.

 

Co-ops, money matters and more!

 

Host Carol Topp

Host Carol Topp

Join me as I interview Carol Topp, CPA extraordinaire as we discuss the ins and outs of money matters in regard to co-ops and other issues that pertain to homeschoolers (such as fund raising)!  If you are like me, the thought of formalizing your co-op into a non-profit might not have entered your mind.  However, there are benefits to becoming a non-profit and, if you hire teachers you may find it quite beneficial.

 

Carol Topp is a retired homeschooling mom who is also an author, speaker and consultant.  Check out the products and services she offers at her website:  homeschoolcpa.com!