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From: Carol Topp, CPA (208.102.7.92)
Subject:         Re: Homeschooling another's child
Date: October 25, 2009 at 6:33 pm PST

In Reply to: Homeschooling another's child posted by Marty in OR on August 5, 2009 at 6:59 am:

The other responses were correct in directing your toward your state's homeschool laws. I think you are smart ofr checking with your statewide homeschool group too. You may end up contacting your local school district.

I have been asked this question from a business/tax perspective. I have several blog posts on being a governess teaching homeschooled children, sometimes even children from several families at once. Sort of a mini-private achool. That's not what you are proposing, but it is certainly happening more often.

You didn't mention if you would be charging a fee to homeschool this girl, but you may find my posts helpful anyway.

http://homeschoolcpa.com/is-it-a-homeschool-co-op-or-mary-poppins/

http://homeschoolcpa.com/homeschooling-other-peoples-children-is-it-legal/

Carol Topp, CPA
HomeschoolCPA.com


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