Running a Micro Business
So your teenager has an idea for a business--where do you start? Let Micro Business for Teens spell it all out! The easy to follow, step-by-step format and practical, provocative questions lead the way while considering the daily life of a teenager.
Starting a Micro Business begins by telling you that a micro business is smaller than a small business. There is typically only one employee - your teen. Kids will learn how to find an idea, write a business plan, determine need, spot problems, set prices, consider start-up costs and learn how to keep motivated.
Running a Micro Business gets into more detail like how to sell, getting paid, online options, marketing, customer service, record keeping, accounting basics, name and licensing, tax ID number and time management.
Money and Taxes in a Micro Business answers the next question a micro business bring up which is, "Now what do I do?" Teens learn about income statements, balance sheets, cash flow, deciding whether to continue, measuring success, Federal taxes and the IRS, more taxes and the possibility of hiring help.
Micro Business for Teen Workbook: This consumable workbook follows all three books and includes lots of charts and lists to help kids choose and manage their business. Unlike a regular notebook, the workbook asks a lot of questions and really gets your student thinking in a logical, methodical way about what they are getting into.
Set: Includes the three books plus the workbook. This would be a great gift for your budding entrepreneur or any student interested in business. Pb ~ Sara