Tuesday, February 25, 2020, 7pm
7735 Mockingbird Lane, San Antonio, 78229
All homeschool leaders are invited to come fellowship with others as you glean from one of the nation’s best advisors on the critical balance of homeschool leadership demands and best practices for homeschool organizations. This will be a “potpourri” of topics, and attendees can bring up any subject they wish to discuss. Carol Topp will lead off with her Topp tips for homeschool leaders. Included are tips onboard duties, avoiding fraud, hiring workers, IRS tax-exempt status, and recruiting volunteers. A handout of tips for leaders to share with their board back home will be provided — lots of time for feedback, questions, and discussion with other leaders.
Meet Carol Topp:
Carol Topp, CPA is a retired homeschool mother, accountant, and author of 15 books including The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization, Homeschool Co- ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out and the award-winning book
Starting a Micro Business. Carol runs an accounting practice specializing in helping nonprofit organizations, especially homeschool groups. She is also the host of the public television show “Starting a Micro Business” and a podcast called Dollars and Sense on the Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network.
Her website, HomeschoolCPA.com, was awarded a Top Accounting Blog five times, but her greatest compliment came from an audience member who, after sitting for 90 minutes, said, “You kept my attention the entire time.” That’s high praise for a CPA!
Carol and her husband live in Cincinnati, Ohio, and have two daughters, both homeschool graduates. When not helping homeschool leaders, Carol enjoys hiking with her family, reading, and watercolor painting.