What to expect when correcting improper FICA withholdings for a pastor.
Filing returns, key quarterly deadlines, exemptions, and more.
A legitimate, COVID-era tax credit available to churches could offer huge cash benefits—but beware potential predators.
How the New SECURE 2.0 Affects Churches and Employees with Retirement Distributions, Enrollment Rules
Under SECURE 2.0, ‘Catch-Up’ limits increase, and employers soon can help employees more as they deal with student debt.
Prompt updates can help avoid unnecessary interest charges and penalties, deter fraudulent activity.
A look at how the recent withdrawal of the Independent Contractor Rule by the Biden administration affects churches.
If certain criteria are met, congregations, nonprofits, and schools are potentially eligible to receive thousands of dollars.
Answers to 30 frequently asked questions from church leaders.
What leaders should know—including a change extending the application deadline to August 8, 2020.
Since churches now must provide leave tied to coronavirus, this benefit may prove valuable.
Sorting through a complex area of law as churches weigh difficult financial decisions.
How a church reports taxable income and withheld income taxes for employees and ministers on the Form W-2.
Churches should verify that requests for bank account changes are legitimate.
Many churches won’t be investigated, but here’s why your church should still verify it is compliant.
Understanding what IRS Publication 15-B and IRC Section 132(a)(2) does and doesn’t say.
When nonexempt employees split their time between the two parts, overtime can occur.
Experts say this is an all-too-common problem—and one church leaders cannot ignore.
Editor’s note: On September 24, 2019, the US Department of Labor announced the final version
When work ethic comes into question, is documentation a suitable solution?
Employers must pay nonexempt employees their regular hourly rate plus overtime for all on-call time.