Join the webinar tonight on starting an academic homeschool program

 

Are you considering starting a homeschool program? An academic program, not a co-op and not a for-profit business either. But a nonprofit organization with an academic focus, maybe a classical emphasis, too.

You’re motivated! But where to begin?

Carol Topp, CPA, the Homeschool CPA and Jamie Buckland are teaming up to to help you!

ABC’s of an Academic Homeschool Program

An hour-long webinar on Monday February 18, 2019 at 8 pm ET

Jamie Buckland of Classical Program Consultant has run both a for-profit classical homeschool program and is currently the Executive Director of Appalachian Classical Academy, a nonprofit 501c3 organization. She will share about Administration and Curriculum

  • How your culture affects an academic program when it comes to logistics.
  • What to look for in the Board of Directors
  • Why have an Advisory Council
  • Why employ tutors
  • How to train employees
  • How to assess employees
  • Why charge tuition
  • How to communicate with families
  • How to determine curriculum for your program

Carol Topp, CPA is the owner of HomeschoolCPA.com and has assisted more than 80 homeschool organizations apply for tax exempt status. She is the author of 15 books and will share about Business

  • Why and how to organize as a nonprofit
  • Applying for 501c3 tax exempt status
  • A timeline: How fast can you get this done?

There will be time for questions and answers.

  • Cost is $30 and includes live webinar access and ability to view the recording.
  • Jamie’s extensive questionnaire for homeschool parents looking to create a homeschool program.
  • Copy of Carol’s ebook The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization.
  • Slide handout

Getting an hour with these two experts and their materials would typically cost you $165.

Carol Topp, CPA

HomeschoolCPA.com

How to start an academic homeschool program



Learn the ABC’s of starting an Academic Homeschool Program

Have you considered wanting to start a homeschool program? An academic program, but not a co-op and not a for-profit business, either. But a nonprofit organization with an academic emphasis–maybe with a classical education focus.

Sounds like a great idea! But where to begin?

Feeling overwhelmed?

We’re here to help.

Carol Topp, CPA, the Homeschool CPA and Jamie Buckland are teaming up to to bring you:

ABC’s of an Academic Homeschool Program

This 90 minute webinar is packed with information to help you launch an academic homeschool program.

The cost for the recorded webinar is $20 and includes :

    • Jamie’s extensive questionnaire for homeschool parents looking to create a homeschool program.
    • Copy of Carol’s ebook The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization to help you understand nonprofit and tax exempt status
    • Webinar slide handouts

Getting an hour with these two experts and their materials would typically cost you $165.


The ABC webinar with Jamie Buckland and Carol Topp was top notch! Very informative. It was presented so clearly and in an organized manner. I thank you ladies for making your knowledge available to us-Beth M.

The webinar was extremely helpful.-Erika


 

Jamie Buckland of Classical Program Consultant has run both a for-profit classical homeschool program and is currently the Executive Director of Appalachian Classical Academy, a nonprofit 501c3 organization. She will share about Administration

  • How your culture affects an academic program when it comes to logistics.
  • What to look for in the Board of Directors
  • Why have an Advisory Council
  • Why employ tutors
  • How to train employees
  • How to assess employees
  • Why charge tuition
  • How to communicate with families

Carol Topp, CPA is the owner of HomeschoolCPA.com and has assisted more than 80 homeschool organizations apply for 501c3 tax exempt status. She is the author of 15 books and will share about Business

  • How to organize as a nonprofit
  • Applying for 501c3 tax exempt status
  • Converting a for-profit business to nonprofit
  • A timeline: How fast can you get this done?

Then Jamie wraps up by discussing Curriculum

  • How to determine curriculum for your program

$20.00 includes unlimited viewing, ebook, handouts and handouts of slides.

Carol Topp, CPA

HomeschoolCPA.com

3 traps homeschool leaders need to avoid

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At the Indiana Association of Home Educators 2014 conference, I spoke to homeschool leaders about

Tips and Traps for Homeschool Leaders

In this video I discuss the 3 traps the homeschool leaders need to avoid.

In the video I mentioned a handout. You can download it here: https://wp.me/aF6pa-1c4

I hope the video is helpful.
For other videos for homeschool leaders visit HomeschoolCPA.com/Videos

 

Carol Topp, CPA

HomeschoolCPA.com

Pros and cons of leading a homeschool co-op video

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At the Indiana Association of Home Educators 2014 conference, I spoke to homeschool leaders about

Tips and Traps for Homeschool Leaders

In this video I discuss the pros and cons of leading a homeschool co-op and your responsibility as its leader.

In the video I mentioned a handout. You can download it here: https://wp.me/aF6pa-1c4

I hope the video is helpful.
For other videos for homeschool leaders visit HomeschoolCPA.com/Videos

 

Carol Topp, CPA

HomeschoolCPA.com

Tax Exempt Status for Homeschool Co-ops (video)

I presented as workshop called “Homeschool Co-ops Are Like Marriage: Know What You’re Getting Into” at the Midwest Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati this year.

This is Part 7 of 7 is titled “Tax Exempt Status for Homeschool Co-ops.”

I explain:

  • What tax exempt is and how to get it for your homeschool co-op!
  • Required IRS reports that every homeschool organization needs to file.
  • What to do if your group has not filed the required IRS forms.
  • Homeschool co-ops being under a church.

 

 

In the video I mentioned my books
Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out.
The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization
Money Management in a Homeschool Organization

Here’s a handout for the presentation.

More clips from this presentation can be found at HomeschoolCPA’s YouTube Channel.

 

Carol Topp, CPA

Nonprofit status for homeschool co-ops (video)

At the Midwest Homeschool Convention I presented as workshop called “Homeschool Co-ops Are Like Marriage: Know What You’re Getting Into”

This is Part 6 of 7 is titled “Nonprofit Status for Homeschool Co-ops.

I explain what it takes to be considered a nonprofit and that nonprofit status does not mean tax free (or tax exempt as the IRS calls it)!

In the video I mentioned my books
Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out.
The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization
Money Management in a Homeschool Organization

Here’s a handout for the presentation.

More clips from this presentation can be found at HomeschoolCPA’s YouTube Channel.

 

Carol Topp, CPA

3 Tools for Running a Successful Homeschool Co-op (video)

Are you in a homeschool co-op or thinking about leading one? I have some advice for you! (I even write a book about homeschool co-ops!).

Here’s a video clip from my recent presentation of Homeschool Co-ops Are Like Marriage: Know What You’re Getting Into given at the Midwest Great Homeschool Convention in 2014.

Part 5 is titled 3 Tools for Running a Successful Homeschool Co-op.

In the video I mentioned my book Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out.

Here’s a handout for the presentation.

More clips from this presentation can be found at HomeschoolCPA’s YouTube Channel.

 

Carol Topp, CPA

3 Important Things to Remember About Homeschool Co-ops (video)

If you’re in a homeschool co-op or leading one, I have some advice for you! (I even write a book about homeschool co-ops!).

Here’s a video clip from my recent presentation of Homeschool Co-ops Are Like Marriage: Know What You’re Getting Into given at the Midwest Great Homeschool Convention in 2014.

Part 4 is titled 3 Important Things to Remember About Homeschool Co-ops.

 

In the video I mentioned my book Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out.

I also created this handout for the presentation.

Watch the other portions of the presentation on HomeschoolCPA’s YouTube Channel.

 

Carol Topp, CPA

Tips for starting a homeschool co-op (video)

Ever thought about starting a homeschool co-ops? I’ve got a book that will help!

Here’s a clip from my recent presentation of Homeschool Co-ops Are Like Marriage: Know What You’re Getting Into given at the Midwest Great Homeschool Convention in 2014.

Part 3 is titled Tips for Starting a Homeschool Co-op

 

In the video I mentioned my book Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out.

I also created this handout for the presentation.

Watch the other portions of the presentation on HomeschoolCPA’s YouTube Channel.

 

Carol Topp, CPA

The Disadvantages of Homeschool Co-ops (video)

I love and encourage homeschool co-ops (I even write a book about them!), but, like marriage, it’s best if you know the disadvantages of joining a homeschool co-op.

Here’s a clip from my recent presentation of Homeschool Co-ops Are Like Marriage: Know What You’re Getting Into given at the Midwest Great Homeschool Convention in 2014.

Part 2 is titled The Disadvantages of Homeschool Co-ops

 

In the video I mentioned my book Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out.

I also created this handout for the presentation.

Watch the other portions of the presentation on HomeschoolCPA’s YouTube Channel.

 

Carol Topp, CPA