The annual Southern Baptist Business Officers Conference (SBBOC) this March in Dallas will help churches learn the latest information on employment law, tax, and compliance issues, and health care reform updates.
A number of editorial advisors from Christianity Today's Church Law & Tax Team will present at the event, including:
- Richard R. Hammar, attorney and CPA and senior editor of Church Finance Today and Church Law & Tax Report. He recently wrote the 2016 Church & Clergy Tax Guide, as well as the articles "Beware of Investment Scams," "Liability for Positive References," and "Ten Tax Developments Your Church Must Know."
- Michael Batts, CPA, who recently coauthored the book Church Finance and recently wrote articles for Church Finance Today and ManagingYourChurch.com that include "IRS: Special Church Audit Protection Law Applies to Employment Tax Inquiries and Examinations," "The Five Cs of Credit in Church Mortgage Financing," and "New Email Scam Targets Nonprofit Leaders."
- Dan Busby, president of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, who wrote articles for Church Finance Today and ManagingYourChurch.com that include "For Churches, Only Trust Will Win Over a Skeptical Public," "Can We Help Specific Families Raise Money for Adoptions?," and "Church Payroll Tax Audits—the IRS Is Watching."
- G. Daniel (Danny) Miller, attorney, who recently wrote articles for ManangingYourChurch.com, "Q&A: Does the Affordable Care Act's 'Cadillac Tax' Affect Churches?" and "Q&A: Should Churches Monitor the Contraceptive Mandate?" He's also in the video "2016 Affordable Care Act Updates for Churches" on ChurchLawAndTax.com.
The SBBOC is March 14–16 at GuideStone Financial Resources in Dallas. The cost to attend the conference is $150, which includes all conference sessions, course materials, dinner on Monday night, breakfast and lunch on Tuesday, and breakfast on Wednesday. Continuing education credit is available for specific sessions held during the conference. Credit is available for CFP, CPA, CCA, CCBA, or PHR/SPHR certifications or designations.
Registration information is available at www.sbboc.com.
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