Most homeschool co-ops are public benefit organizations because they serve a public good (i.e. education of children) and are not mutual benefit organizations.
Homeschool groups should not call a fee discount a scholarship.
Shelly wants to offer a high quality, low cost homeschool program that doesn't require parents to volunteer.
Are homeschool co-op fees tax deductible?
Carol Topp discusses "Who's Afraid of the IRS?" and discusses how the IRS sees homeschool co-ops.
Pandemic pods. I have been reading about groups of parents gathering to teach their children in small groups called “pandemic pods” because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sounds like a homeschool co-op, right? I’ve already had a few parents, teachers, and…
How do a group of homeschool moms start a co-op, register as nonprofit and filie for 501c3 status?
There are 3 parts to a reimbursement policy to avoid taxes!