A wide range of legal, financial, and tax issues come into play in the area of pastoral retirement planning.
A number of key tax developments in 2023 will affect church and clergy taxes in 2024.
In this exclusive video, Matt Branaugh and Rich Hammar discuss the seven common tax errors many churches and pastors make.
These ten tax developments for churches and clergy included inflation adjustments and the IRS definition of a church.
Tax preparation software remains a cost-effective solution for many, including pastors. But beware the shortcomings.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 changed what’s allowed for tax purposes—but employer reimbursements of certain employee business expenses is still a tax-advantaged practice.
Churches often bless their ministers with gifts—here are the tax- and compensation-related issues to note.
The IRS increases the 2024 business use mileage rate, but reduces the rate for medical or moving purposes.
How to navigate the government’s $2.2 trillion stimulus plan responding to COVID-19’s economic fallout.
What new—and veteran—ministers and treasurers need to know to file taxes correctly and receive maximum tax benefits.
Learn what this exemption includes and why few ministers qualify for it.
Correctly report tax liability with this helpful reference guide.
They cost less and are certified by the IRS. But they still need to be vetted before hiring.
Choose a person with experience preparing ministers' tax returns.
Is a church with only one employee who is a minister required to file a Form 941?
Increased penalties, new improvements will affect all tax-filers, including pastors and staff members.
Some ministers incorrectly believe they are exempt from taxation.
What churches should tell employees about changes aimed to simplify tax-filing.
What to know for 2018 filing and 2019 compliance.
How to file VCP submissions and pay user fees changes.