Churches are always thinking about outsourcing accounting and financial functions. These articles from trusted experts can guide you.
Agency announces new direct forgiveness portal, removal of necessity questionnaires.
Discussing how the pandemic has challenged church and nonprofit ministry finance, finding the new normals, and more.
Richard Hammar reminds and informs church leaders about 10 important year-end tasks.
Churches should be aware of fraudsters posing as lenders or SBA staff.
Here’s what interested church leaders the most this past year.
The latest instructions to help ensure the maximum amount of your church’s loan converts to a nontaxable grant.
Q&A: In Light of the Pandemic, What Should We Include in Our Cash Balances for Forecasting Purposes?
It’s important to remember that liquidity refers to cash available for operations.
For loans under $2 million, the SBA will assume the borrower determined in “good faith” that it met the PPP loan requirement.
Churches still in need of a forgivable loan should immediately restart their efforts.
CPA Michael E. Batts helps churches navigate financial concerns created by the pandemic in this on-demand webinar.
Also, do you recommend a separate bank account for these loans?
Breaking down the 900-page CARES Act for church leaders. How it works, how it can help you lead your church with confidence.
The church could be liable to the donors for not fulfilling the purpose of the gift.
Five key developments that have reshaped the position during the past 25 years.
Study looks at how new churches approach funding and facilities.
As the year comes to a close, remember the incredible value of your ministry role.
The head of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability shares the differences to help people transition from the business world into a nonprofit ministry.
Fewer small churches report gains compared to larger churches.
What churches must know about employer reporting requirements, premium reimbursements.