Micro Business For Teens" – Part 2

Real world stories about SW Ohio teens who have successfully launched their own micro businesses – Part 3 - This part discusses how to writea business plan and features Emily who had a youth ballet lesson business.

The Believe in Ohio program is appreciative that Ms. Carol Topp, Western Reserve Public Media, and the Burton D. Morgan Foundation have granted permission to use the Micro Business for Teens video for educational purposes within the Believe in Ohio program!

Website links:

Link to the Micro Business for Teens video on YouTube

Link to Micro Business for Teens website

Link to Western Reserve Public Media website

Link to Burton D. Morgan Foundation website

About Western Reserve Public Media - Ohio's Largest PBS Station: Western Reserve Public Media serves the largest population among Ohio's eight PBS member stations. Its broadcast channels — Western Reserve PBS, Fusion, MHz Worldview and V-me — are available to 5.13 million viewers in Northeast Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, which is well over 1 million more people than the next largest station.

About the Burton D Morgan Foundation: The Burton D. Morgan Foundation is a private foundation established in 1967, whose mission is to strengthen the free enterprise system by investing in organizations and institutions that foster the entrepreneurial spirit. The Foundation supports entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education at the youth, collegiate, and adult levels. With a 360-degree view of entrepreneurship education programs and their intersection with entrepreneurship activity across Northeast Ohio, the Foundation has a vantage point that allows it to link ideas, people, and opportunities to advance entrepreneurship. The Foundation is involved in building an ecosystem of organizations that work together to build a rich and productive entrepreneurial culture in Northeast Ohio. (For more information, see www.bdmorganfdn.org)

About The Presenter:
Ms. Carol Topp, CPA


Carol Topp, CPA (http://CarolToppCPA.com) is an author and accountant. Her titles include Business Taxes and Tips for Writers, the Micro Business for Teens series and Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out. She operates an accounting practice located in Cincinnati, Ohio 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, homeschool and writers groups. She has also published several magazine articles in magazines including Pen and Profits, Christian Communicator, TaxPro and The Old Schoolhouse. Her articles were included in the Writers Market 2014 and Writer's Digest Guide to Self Publishing.

Carol hosted an hour-long PBS television show based on her book, Starting a Micro Business, and hosts the DollarsAndSenseShow.com podcast.