Are you ready for a home business?
Here’s the curriculum you need to start and run your micro-business.
Micro Business for Teens Set
Carol Topp, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and homeschool mom has written a clear, concise micro business curriculum that will help your teen (or perhaps even you) create a successful home business. If your teen works through this curriculum and successfully launches and runs a business, you’ll be able to add credit for entrepreneurship to their high school transcript! Each book builds upon the previous one, developing the business skills necessary for success.
The four books are:
- Starting a Microbusiness
- Running a Microbusiness
- Money and Taxes in a Micro Business
- Microbusiness for Teens Workbook
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Starting a Micro Business
by Carol Topp, CPA
Volume 1 of the Micro Business for Teens Curriculum
In Starting a Micro Business, Carol Topp, a Certified Public Accountant who has extensive experience working with homeschoolers and small business, overviews what you need to know to start a small, home-based business. Carol’s experience in working with teens shows through as she talks directly to readers, providing solid explanations without fluff or filler.
What you’ll learn in Starting a Micro Business
- What is a Microbusiness?
- A one person, home-based business that is flexible and has low risk.
- Getting an Idea: A Collection of Micro-Business Ideas Best for Teenagers
- Problems and Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them
- Plan it First: Writing a Business Plan
- Financing Your Business Without Breaking the Bank
- Taking Care of Business: Extra Information to Get You Started
- Encouragement: Final Words to Motivate You
For inspiration, you may want to watch this episode of Carol’s PBS program, Micro Business for Teens.