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2018 Church & Clergy Tax Guide

2018 Church & Clergy Tax Guide

Find comprehensive help understanding United States tax laws as they relate to pastors and churches.
How Will We Respond to Child Sexual Abuse?
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How Will We Respond to Child Sexual Abuse?

Assessment: Use this quiz to help prepare your church with the proper policies and procedures.
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Teenage Boy Child Molester Subscriber access only

A teenage boy wants to continue attending church. What should we do?
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Ministers Failing to Report Child Abuse Subscriber access only

Can ministers face criminal and civil charges for not reporting abuse?
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Simple Tips for Keeping Your Counseling Ministry Safe from Sexual Temptation

Is your staff aware of the risks involved with this ministry?
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Washington
Church Law and Tax Report

Child Abuse: Mandatory Reporters and Victims' Rights Subscriber access only

Victims of abuse may be able to sue a church as a result of leaders' handling of the case.
Connecticut
Church Law and Tax Report

Understanding the Clergy-Penitent Privilege Subscriber access only

Not all conversations with a pastor are protected against future disclosure.
Texas
Church Law and Tax Report

Recent Developments in Texas Regarding Child Abuse Subscriber access only

A Texas court ruled that a 23-year-old male who was molested by a church music director when he was a minor was barred by a 2-year statute of limitations from suing his church, and that the church could not be sued as a result of the failure of 5 pastors to report the alleged abuse to civil authorities.
Texas
Church Law and Tax Report

Recent Developments in Texas Regarding Sexual Misconduct by Clergy and Church Workers Subscriber access only

 In an important case that should be studied by church leaders everywhere, a Texas court ruled that (1) a church was not liable for a music director's acts of child molestation since the statute of limitations had expired; (2) ministers who are mandatory child abuse reporters under state law cannot be sued by child abuse victims on account of their failure to report; and (3) ministers need not report child abuse if the victim no longer is a minor.
Pennsylvania
Church Law and Tax Report

Recent Developments in Pennsylvania Regarding Sexual Misconduct by Church Volunteers Subscriber access only

A Pennsylvania court ruled that (1) a charity cannot be sued when one of its volunteers molests a child who has no connection with the charity, even if it knew that the volunteer had a prior conviction for child molestation; and (2) the charity cannot be sued on the ground that it failed to report the volunteer's acts of child molestation.
North Carolina
Church Law and Tax Report

Church Held Liable for Pastor's Abuse of Minors  Subscriber access only

Church without "never-alone" policy is held responsible for children who were sexually abused by pastor.
Arkansas
Church Law and Tax Report

Civil Liability for Failure to Report Child Abuse Subscriber access only

Mandatory reporters who fail to report abuse can be subject to possible criminal liability and can be sued for money damages by the victims of abuse.
Florida
Church Law and Tax Report

Child Abuse Reporting Protection in Counseling Subscriber access only

A Florida appeals court ruled that counseling notes prepared by a psychotherapist during counseling sessions with a minister accused of child abuse were not protected against disclosure in court.
New Mexico
Church Law and Tax Report

Defamation and Proof of Injury to Reputation Subscriber access only

Injury to reputation is not always presumed in cases of false accusations.
California
Church Law and Tax Report

Mandatory Reporters and the Clergy-Penitent Privilege Subscriber access only

Are confessions of abuse protected?
2013 Child Abuse Reporting Laws for Churches
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2013 Child Abuse Reporting Laws for Churches Subscriber access only

Annual 50-State Review
3 Million Children Have Been Sexually Abused
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3 Million Children Have Been Sexually Abused

Infographic: That's 46 NFL stadiums full of kids.
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Massachusetts
Church Law and Tax Report

Church Not Liable for Molestation Subscriber access only

Church had no prior knowledge of molestation by nursery worker.
Video: Child Abuse: The Dangers of Delayed Reporting
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Child Abuse: The Dangers of Delayed Reporting Subscriber access only

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Child Abuse: The Dangers of Delayed Reporting

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