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Weekly Lessons, created and written by Richard R. Hammar, J.D., LL.M., CPA, give you a basic legal overview of essential topics based on staff or volunteer positions within a church.

This Week's LessonWeek of May 24

Should I Report My Social Security Taxes as an Employee or as Self-Employed?

Introduction

This lesson examines one of the most confusing topics for new ministers: your employment status for Social Security purposes. The Executive Summary provides a concise review of the key points. ...

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Last Week's LessonWeek of May 17

Should I Report My Income Taxes as an Employee or as Self-Employed?

Introduction

This lesson focuses on the issue of employed status for federal income tax purposes. This is an important issue for anyone just beginning his or her ministry. You can review the Executive ...

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Previous Week's LessonWeek of May 10

Who is a Minister?

Introduction

This week we turn our attention to who is a minister. Start by completing the following quiz. Then review the Executive Summary for the key points on this topic, or read the Weekly Lesson ...

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