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 December

How to Determine Whether or Not You Pay the ‘Parking Lot Tax’

An update on the taxation of qualified transportation fringe benefits.

 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?

FeaturedEleven Things Churches Should Know About Zoning

Eleven Things Churches Should Know About Zoning

What to note before buying or constructing your next building.
Sorting Out Gifts from Compensation for Pastors’ Income Tax Treatment

Sorting Out Gifts from Compensation for Pastors’ Income Tax Treatment

A recent major Tax Court ruling underscores key criteria for church leaders to follow.
4 Ways Pastors Can Leverage Facebook Live

4 Ways Pastors Can Leverage Facebook Live

Use this video feature to connect more with people in your church.
Hey, Fletch: Can My Church Force Me to Retire at Age 65?

Hey, Fletch: Can My Church Force Me to Retire at Age 65?

The legal and ministry considerations of an age-based retirement policy.

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Senior Editor
Richard R. Hammar
Richard R. Hammar
Attorney, CPA, Author & Speaker
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Erika Cole
Attorney

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Best Practices for Technology Usage

Best Practices for Technology Usage Subscriber access only

Establish policies and best practices to govern the use of technology for church staff.
Check-In and Check-Out Procedures

Check-In and Check-Out Procedures Subscriber access only

Learn how to establish check-in procedures that keep children safe.