A legitimate, COVID-era tax credit available to churches could offer huge cash benefits—but beware potential predators.
Getting year-end tasks right--and setting up 2023 for success.
How to prepare—and comply—for the upcoming tax season in the months ahead.
No change to charitable mileage and qualified medical, moving mileage rates left alone.
Prompt updates can help avoid unnecessary interest charges and penalties, deter fraudulent activity.
Determining whether your church qualifies for the Employee Retention Credit.
If certain criteria are met, congregations, nonprofits, and schools are potentially eligible to receive thousands of dollars.
Church leaders can track and report mileage for proper reimbursement.
New guidance with specific application to denominations and churches covered by the group ruling.
How the coronavirus is affecting the current tax season—and beyond.
New form should make accurate withholding easier for church employees.
Many churches won’t be investigated, but here’s why your church should still verify it is compliant.
Increased penalties, new improvements will affect all tax-filers, including pastors and staff members.
Publicizing racial nondiscrimination policy can now also be fulfilled through a website statement.
Experts say this is an all-too-common problem—and one church leaders cannot ignore.
The news: “IRS auditors who focus on tax-exempt groups will be kept busy this year.
The Internal Revenue Service issued a statement this past fall providing guidance with respect to
How to file VCP submissions and pay user fees changes.
With the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, pastors can no longer deduct
New act addresses ACA penalty many employers, including churches, faced.