Higher interest rates offer churches an opportunity to adopt new cash- and debt-management strategies.
Discussing the challenges and changes the pandemic has brought and what it means for leaders.
New law clarifies PPP loan forgiveness process and extends PPP loan program, among other provisions.
Still, around a third of all churches express uncertainty or pessimism as they look toward 2021.
Articles and information on how to help your congregation become better givers.
Real financial change takes place when you conduct a mission-based impact assessment.
First step: stop focusing on your annual budget.
If your fiscal year begins July 1, budgeting during the pandemic presents unique challenges—but there is a way forward.
Churches that deplete their reserves should replenish them over time.
Articles to help you adjust budgets, think strategically, and approach the challenge with confidence.
CPA Michael E. Batts helps churches navigate financial concerns created by the pandemic in this on-demand webinar.
Leaders also report numerous steps taken to curb expenses during sudden downturn.
Restructuring your church’s debt when full payment, or any payment, becomes difficult.
Editor's picks of articles and information to help you keep offerings coming in.
Recorded April 2, 2020.
Why it’s time to rethink the three-year replacement rule for hardware.
Replace assumptions with research and insights you can trust.
New survey results provide insights on budget trends and decisions nationwide.
Some churches keep their ministries robust during the so-called “downtime.”
The trends from the past 20 years.