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Interview: The Definition—and Danger—of 'Inurement'
Interview: The Definition—and Danger—of 'Inurement'
Richard Hammar offers a definition for a common mistake that can have serious consequences.
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While you may have heard the word “inurement,” you may be unsure of its definition. In this interview, Richard Hammar provides a definition of inurement.

Could inurement have implications for a church’s tax-exempt status? Hammar addresses instances where ministries have allowed inurement and provides examples of the potential consequences when inurement in ministries comes to light.

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Posted August 18, 2016

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