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Setting a Pastor's Pay

Setting a Pastor's Pay

Richard Hammar explains legal and tax matters for planning the pastors compensation.
ChurchLawAndTax.com

Creating a "Paid Time Off" Policy Subscriber access only

What legal and procedural issues do churches need to know before implementing a PTO program?
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ChurchLawAndTax.com

Special Occasion Gifts Subscriber access only

Does our pastor have to claim his gift as taxable income?
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Thinking Strategically in a Recession  Subscriber access only

Making better decisions in lean times.
ChurchLawAndTax.com

Making Improvements to Pastor-Owned Property Subscriber access only

Can we build an outdoor gazebo for the church's use on the pastor's property?
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ChurchLawAndTax.com

Compensating Musicians Legally Subscriber access only

Can we create a designated account to supplement an employee's pay?
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Officiating Weddings Subscriber access only

How do I report income for officiating wedding ceremonies if I'm no longer employed by a church?
Piano Lessons at Church
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Piano Lessons at Church Subscriber access only

Can our organist offer private music lessons on church grounds?
Church Law and Tax Report

Contracts Subscriber access only

A New York court ruled that a church was legally obligated to pay a contractor for a project he completed at the church at the pastor's request.
Video: Pastoral Compensation
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Pastoral Compensation

Video Series
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North Carolina
Church Law and Tax Report

Compensation Dispute Subscriber access only

Court rules that it's against the First Amendment to resolve a priest's compensation dispute with his diocese.
New York
Church Law and Tax Report

Minimum Wage and Overtime

New York court rules Episcopalian church custodian not entitled to overtime or minimum wage under FLSA.
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Church Law and Tax Report

When Is Compensation Too Much? New IRS Regulations Address "Intermediate Sanctions" Subscriber access only

The IRS has issued long-awaited regulations addressing "intermediate sanctions."
Should the Pianist be on the Payroll?
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Should the Pianist be on the Payroll? Subscriber access only

How churches should treat these types of roles.
Church Law and Tax Report

Do We Have to Pay Overtime? Subscriber access only

The Fair Labor Standards Act does not allow averaging of hours over two or more weeks.
Tracking Expenses—Why Churches Must Do Better
Church Law and Tax Report

Tracking Expenses—Why Churches Must Do Better Subscriber access only

Inadequate records can prove costly for pastors and leaders.
ECFA Sets Higher Standards for Compensation, Transactions
Church Law and Tax Report

ECFA Sets Higher Standards for Compensation, Transactions Subscriber access only

Why all churches should consider following these steps for pay and related-party deals.
The Slow, Steady Salary Climb
Church Finance Today

The Slow, Steady Salary Climb Subscriber access only

Church pay shows signs of recovery. But will the new housing allowance ruling and rising healthcare costs offset gains?
Washington, D.C.
Church Law and Tax Report

First Amendment Leaves Room for Employee Lawsuits Subscriber access only

D.C. court of appeal rules religious freedom doesn't bar a pastor from suing for unpaid compensation.
A Look at Salaries and Benefits for Solo Pastors
Church Finance Today

A Look at Salaries and Benefits for Solo Pastors

Polled: 624 full-time pastors
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Managing Your Church Blog

Church Budgets: How Much for Staff, Buildings, and Ministry?

An executive pastor suggests a different analysis of expenses.
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