No change to charitable mileage and qualified medical, moving mileage rates left alone.
Whether virtual or in person, these events promise to keep church leaders updated.
Church Law & Tax's Matthew Branaugh interviews attorney and advisor-at-large Theresa Sidebotham about her firm's Telios Teaches program.
Church leaders can track and report mileage for proper reimbursement.
Section 139 of the Internal Revenue Code allows you to offer nontaxable financial help for expenses directly related to the coronavirus.
How the coronavirus is affecting the current tax season—and beyond.
New form should make accurate withholding easier for church employees.
Increased penalties, new improvements will affect all tax-filers, including pastors and staff members.
What churches should tell employees about changes aimed to simplify tax-filing.
What tax law changes mean for church employees and donors.
What to know for 2018 filing and 2019 compliance.
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
Recent Tax Court ruling addresses common expenses and charitable contributions.
New act addresses ACA penalty many employers, including churches, faced.
New limits set on inquiries and examinations from the IRS.
Know what to hold on to after your form is sent in.
Failure to meet certain conditions can jeopardize a church's exempt status.
Clarifying what the agency has proposed—and what it could mean for churches.
We pay advances to our employees for upcoming church-related business and travel expenses. We know