Check the following link: Homeschool View – Tax Breaks for Homeschoolers by Megan Wendt Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, April 3rd.
URGENT: Please read
URGENT! This email was sent to us from Ebay concerning new legislation the Senate is considering. Last night, April 22, this bill passed the first procedural step. It is now on the floor for debate. If this passes, we do not know completely how it will affect our on-line business. Worst case scenario would be the end of shipping outside of South Carolina but still allowing international sales. The cost to implement a system to fulfill the requirements to over 9,600 tax districts for a small business would be a huge a expense. Please read the following email sent by the Ebay Chairman and proceed as you are led. We have already registered our concerns. We ask for your support & prayers.
Congress is considering online sales tax legislation that is wrongheaded and unfair, and I am writing to ask for your help in telling Congress “No!” to new sales taxes and burdens for small businesses.
For the rest of the letter from Ebay’s Chairman, Click Here
One frequently asked question from first time homeschooling families:
What curriculum is the best?
It all depends on you and your student’s needs. There are many different curricula available. My first suggestion is to choose something that won’t stress you as the parent for the first semester or year. Get to know your child first as a student Continue reading