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 December

Is the Parking Lot Tax in Your Future?

Use this four-step analysis to get the answer.

 December

Managing Your Church

IRS Announces 2019 Mileage Rates

Church leaders can track and report mileage for proper reimbursement.

 Misc. Resource Panels
 May

Are We Keeping Track of Our Kids?

This quiz will tell you if you're using good check-in and check-out procedures to keep your kids safe.

December 2018

December

Should a Church and Its Pastor Co-Own a Home?

FeaturedEight Legal Considerations for Church Membership

Eight Legal Considerations for Church Membership

From voting rights to discipline, a closer look at why membership matters.
4 Common Mistakes in Annual Reviews of Pastors

4 Common Mistakes in Annual Reviews of Pastors

And solutions to these problems to help strengthen these reviews.
The Top 10 Church Law & Tax Articles of 2018

The Top 10 Church Law & Tax Articles of 2018

A look back at the most-read guidance from this year.
Hey, Fletch: Does Our Church Have Enough Insurance Coverage?

Hey, Fletch: Does Our Church Have Enough Insurance Coverage?

Leaders must understand what is—and isn’t—covered by their policies.

Who We Are

Senior Editor
Richard R. Hammar
Richard R. Hammar
Attorney, CPA, Author & Speaker
James F. Cobble, Jr.
James F. Cobble, Jr.
Author, Educator, Pastor

ChurchSalary

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Avoiding Church Lawsuits

Avoiding Church Lawsuits Subscriber access only

Create proactive procedures to avoid common reasons why churches most often go to court.
Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Laws

Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Laws Subscriber access only

Did you know pastors and other church staff may be required by law to report child abuse and that laws on this vary state by state?