How Long Should Employees Keep Tax Records?
How Long Should Employees Keep Tax Records?
What to keep and why. What to toss and when.

Pastors and other church employees may wonder about how long they should keep personal tax records. If they don’t, they probably should. If they toss records too early, they could be unprepared for the possibility of a surprise audit. Still, how long should employees keep those records? Here’s some common-sense advice worth sharing with church staff—from The Kiplinger Tax Letter:

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