PRLog - Feb. 18, 2010 - CINCINNATI -- When does a teenager owe taxes? What about babysitting income? Is it taxable? Parents find that taxes for their teenager can be very confusing. Just in time for tax season, a CPA and mother of teenagers is hosting a free webinar to clear the confusion.
Carol Topp, CPA
Teens and Taxes, a live webinar, will be hosted by Carol Topp, CPA author of Teens and Taxes: A Guide for Parents and Teenagers on Thursday March 4, 2010 at 9 pm EST/8 pm CST/7 pm MT and 6 pm PST. Register at http://teensandtaxes.com/
The webinar will help parents understand the confusing tax rules regarding their teenagers.
When does a teenager need to file a tax return?
Should a teenager file their own return?
Can a parent include their teenager's income on their return?
Do babysitters need to file a tax return?
How much money can a teenager earn before they owe taxes?
Can I still claim my teenager as a dependent?
There will be time for questions from the audience via a live chat room or over the phone.
There is no charge for the webinar, but all attendees should register to receive a handout and reminders. By registering, attendees will also be able to purchase a copy of the ebook Teens and Taxes: A Guide for Parents and Teenagers for only $7.50, 50% off the regular price $14.95. Although the ebook is helpful, it is not necessary to have a copy in order to benefit from the webinar.
Register at http://teensandtaxes.com/
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Certified Public Account, Carol Topp, CPA operates an accounting practice specializing in tax preparation, micro business start ups, and non-profit accounting. Her goal is to clear the confusion about taxes for teenagers and their families via her website TeensAndTaxes.com , her ebook Teens and Taxes: A Guide for Parents and Teenagers and events such as live webinars. She is the mother of two teenage daughters.