Silicon Valley Bank’s failure shows we never really know whether a bank is truly safe and sound.
What we learned from a recent survey—with expert guidance on how to protect the church.
Church Law & Tax’s nationwide survey shows churches of all sizes, ages, and locations are susceptible to financial misconduct.
When misconduct arises, contacting the authorities is an act of safeguarding God’s resources.
A closer look at the men and women who steal from churches—and the red flags leaders should watch for.
How to respond when the unthinkable becomes a reality.
New study offers insights on why it happens, how it’s detected, and characteristics of both victims and perpetrators.
Experts weigh in during a panel discussion on what happened.
Guidance on how to adjust and maintain strong internal controls.
Review the four specific requirements for business expense reimbursements.
Implement an effective system of internal control.
Use this to-do list to finish the year well and start 2023 right.
Important update for churches that follow generally accepted accounting principles.
Two lessons for church leaders to draw from this unfortunate story.
From off-the-shelf solutions to cloud-based systems, church leaders weigh in on how to make the best choices.
A court case in South Carolina offers insights and warnings for giving signatory authority.
How to identify the policies needed for sound financial management.
Keep these factors mind: cost, security, and savings.
What churches producing external financial statements need to know about GAAP changes.
Why your church might want to let an outside pro handle the books.