In this two-minute video, Matt Branaugh highlights why expense reimbursements for church employees require special attention and care.
Planning ahead can keep you from being caught off guard.
This tax reform change might mean it’s time to start an accountable reimbursement plan.
What the changed rules mean for churches.
Reimbursed business expenses must be considered "ordinary and necessary."
An accountable reimbursement plan enables pastors and staff members to receive reimbursements without facing tax consequences.
The answer depends on the purpose of the club.
Deciding when meal expenses for church pastors and staff should get reimbursed.
How to strengthen your bottom line and eliminate activities that miss your mission.
What church leaders should know about documenting expenses in foreign countries
Start by setting the right tone—and example—at the top.
Do your compensation, reimbursements, and restricted giving practices need a check-up?
How to create a kid-friendly environment in your church.
Inadequate records can prove costly for pastors and leaders.
Counting miles and submitting timely records for business mileage reimbursements.
Can the church reimburse expenses from a different tax year?
How one rural pastor uses technology without spending a lot.
Tips and tactics to remember when it comes to contracts.
Legislation would make claiming cell phone usage as a business expense much easier.
Part three of a three-part series.