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What’s a Micro Business?

What’s a Micro Business?

By Carol Topp, CPA Most of my small business clients operate micro businesses. What is a micro business? Sole proprietorship (one owner) No employees Low or no start up costs Frequently a service business with no inventory Home based to keep costs low Usually the first business a individual starts Sometimes a starting place to [...]

Five Money Myths that Trip Up Homeschoolers by Carol Topp

Five Money Myths that Trip Up Homeschoolers by Carol Topp

Five Money Myths that Trip Up Homeschoolers by Carol Topp, HomeschoolCPA.com As I think about time with my children, I’m reminded that they will not always be with us.  We don’t know what the future holds. That leads me to our final myth: Myth # 5: I’ll use it someday. Truth:  You don’t know what the future holds. From [...]

Five Money Myths that Trip Up Homeschoolers By Carol Topp

Five Money Myths that Trip Up Homeschoolers By Carol Topp

By Carol Topp, HomeschoolCPA.com Myth # 4: Homeschooling is Expensive: Tim Drake, a former public school teacher and a staff writer with the National Catholic Register, points to the experience of his local Minnesota home-schooling group, Home Educated Youth. These 220 families spend between $300 and $1,000 per family each year, [...]

Five Money Myths that Trip Up Homeschoolers by Carol Topp

Five Money Myths that Trip Up Homeschoolers by Carol Topp

Five Money Myths that Trip Up Homeschoolers by Carol Topp, HomeschoolCPA.com Myth # 2:  I Need ….. Truth:  Wants are different from needs One of the basic principles of good money management is separating wants from needs. Do you think that you just have to have a certain item (whether you need it or not) just because another [...]