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Money Management In A Home School Organization$9.95Add to cart
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? Carol Topp, CPA can help your homeschool organization with the important topic of money management for homeschool organizations. Her book will help you with the following: How to manage a cash only group When to open a separate checking account Guidelines to prevent mistakes and fraud What software can help you keep the books How to prepare and read a financial statement Why you need a budget What to do when your group grows larger Sample forms and examples of financial statements in clear English are provided. Also covered are using Quickbooks, collecting fees, creating a budget, preventing fraud, insurance, and hiring paid teachers. All written specifically for homeschool groups.
Home School Co Ops$9.95Add to cart
Homeschool Co-op: A group of homeschooling parents that voluntarily unite together to educate their children. Come in all shapes and sizes. – Pros and cons of being in a homeschool co-op. – How to start a co-op including running your first planning meeting – Ideas for classes and activities for all ages – Helpful advice on dealing with volunteers, setting policies, managing money and handling conflict.
Money And Taxes In A Micro Business$9.95Add to cart
Money and Taxes in a Micro Business is part of the Micro Business for Teens series. In it you will learn -How to measure your success -Ways to increase your profits -Manage your cash flow -What taxes you might owe -How to reduce your taxes -How sales tax works -What to do about hiring employees -How to work with an accountant
Starting A Micro Business$9.95Add to cart
Starting a micro business will help teenagers earn money while learning a lot. A micro business is simple to start, usually home-based, low risk, educational and easy for a busy student to run. This book offers ideas, a business plan, pitfalls to avoid and resources to get a teenager started making money running their own micro business.