I did a radio interview with WDLM, a Moody radio station in the Quad Cities. Host Jason Crosby and I discussed my article:
New Biz on the Block: Starting a Micro Business in your Neighborhood
(originally published in Home School Enrichment magazine)
Here’s the introduction:
Dictionary-dot-com defines a micro business as a very small-scale business with few employees. Carol Topp believes your teenager should consider starting one.
Carol Topp, CPA, is an accountant and the mother of teenagers. She consults with teenagers launching micro businesses, presents workshops, teaches classes, and has written several articles on business start-ups.
Listen to my interview (8 minutes) on Jason’s blog
Jason asked a lot of great questions such as:
- How can a teenager get started in a business?
- How should they market their new business?
- Do they need start up money?
- What kinds of work can a teenager do?
- Will they have to pay taxes?
Carol Topp, CPA