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Making Sense of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Making Sense of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
What tax law changes mean for church employees and donors.

Editor’s note: Treasurers and other church leaders continue to grapple with how the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 affects their staff’s payroll, charitable giving, taxes, and other financial areas of their ministry. The following article will help you better understand how the Act does—and doesn’t—apply to your church. Specifically, it addresses areas related to donor giving and will help you guide employees as they seek to understand the new tax brackets, changes in deductions and tax credits, and other information pertinent to individual taxpayers.

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