Carol Topp, CPA (www.CarolToppCPA.com) is the author of Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out. She runs a home-based accounting practice specializing in tax preparation, small/micro business accounting, and nonprofit accounting. Carol has presented numerous workshops on money management, business start up, taxes, budgeting, nonprofit management and homeschooling to various community, church and homeschool groups. She has also published several magazine articles in homeschool magazines including in The Old Schoolhouse, Home Education, and Homeschool Enrichment. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband and homeschools her two daughters.

Carol's session will be: How to Teach Kids About Money (When You're Not Doing So Great Yourself)

So you don’t consider yourself a financial role model. Take heart, you can still teach your kids financial principles. This workshop offers tips on how to teach your kids the basics of money management as part of your busy lifestyle. Presenter, Carol Topp, CPA, will also discuss what topics to teach at each age from preschoolers to college age.


HomeschoolCPA.com is a website that helps homeschool leaders. Owner Carol Topp, a homeschooling mother and Certified Public Accountant (CPA), blends her skills, education, and experience to help homeschool leaders manage their organizations. The
site offers articles, resources, books, links and services such as 501c3 tax exempt application.

Products include a book Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out. and two ebooks: Tax Exempt 501c3 status for Homeschool Organizations and Money Management for Homeschool Organizations.


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Facebook fan page is HomeschoolCPA
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1 Response to 'Carol Topp'

  1. Leah Said,
    http://homeschoolinghearts.blogspot.com/2008/06/carol-topp.html?showComment=1249574074365#c1957640689284795720'> August 6, 2009 at 8:54 AM

    I loved your session yesterday. It was nice to hear we were on track with getting our kids a checking account. Loved the idea of giving kids a clothing fund for the year.

     

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