Money Handling for Homeschool Groups


Virtual Symposium for Homeschool Leaders with Carol Topp

Three online workshops on important financial and management issues for leaders of groups of any size.

  • Do you know whether your homeschool group should be paying taxes?
  • Do you keep careful accounts when you run a fundraiser?
  • If you’ve considered paying teachers for your co-op, do you know what you need to do to protect yourself and your organization?

If you’ve answered no to any of these questions, this symposium is for you! Your group organization may be an informal support group, sports team, co-op, pod—or even just a loose field-trip organizer—but there ARE rules that need to be followed. This workshops series will give you the nuts and bolts of those, plus tips and strategies to simplify your group management.

Register Now!

Sign up today and prepare your group and yourself for the upcoming year.

Friday, July 15, 2022
Noon to 4 p.m.
$20 member / $25 non-member
(includes seminar tickets, e-book, and speaker resources!)

Members, sign in to your member benefits page to get the discount code!

Not a member yet? Join today and save on this symposium, plus get a slew of benefits all year long!

BONUS! FREE E-BOOK

Your registration includes your choice of one of the following e-books by Carol Topp!

Homeschool Group Financial Symposium e-book
Homeschool Group Financial Symposium e-book
Homeschool Group Financial Symposium e-book
Homeschool Group Financial Symposium ebook

Topics Include:

  • Paying Workers in a Homeschool Organization
    Many homeschool groups pay teachers, nursery workers, and even hall monitors! Should these workers be volunteers, employees, or independent contractors? Or what if the parents pay a teacher directly instead of the homeschool group paying them? What’s the best way for a homeschool group to pay its hard-working helpers? Author and accountant Carol Topp, CPA, will discuss the options that homeschool groups have when it comes to paying workers.
  • Creating and Running a Nonprofit Organization
    Is your homeschool group a nonprofit? What does it take to be a nonprofit, and what are the benefits? Could it be easier to run a homeschool group as a business? Carol Topp, CPA, can clear the confusion about nonprofit status and its benefits to a homeschool group.
  • Financial Management of Your Homeschool Organization
    When your homeschool group starts needing to collect money, things can get complicated! Carol Topp, CPA shares some tips for small, medium, and large homeschool groups to manage their money well and find a good treasurer.

Members, sign in to your member benefits page to get the discount code!

Not a member yet? Join today and save on this symposium, plus get a slew of benefits all year long!

About Carol Topp
Carol Topp, CPA, is a retired homeschooling mother and Certified Public Accountant specializing in helping nonprofit homeschool organizations. She is the author of many books for homeschool leaders, including Money Management for Homeschool Organizations, The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization, Homeschool Board Member Manual, and more.