10 Legal and Tax Developments for Churches and Church Staff

Richard Hammar covers what church leaders should know—and anticipate—for the rest of 2022 and into 2023.

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Each year, attorney and CPA Richard R. Hammar, the co-founder and senior editor of Church Law & Tax, reads and reviews countless cases of relevance to local churches, clergy, and church leaders. This evaluation allows him to identify developing legal, tax, and risk management issues–and pinpoint trends that will affect congregations in the future.

In this recording, Hammar will detail 10 of his most important recent findings. It’s a must-see program for church leaders who want to know what to watch for throughout the remainder of 2022 and into 2023, and perhaps more importantly, to plan and prepare well so that they reduce the legal and risk liabilities their churches may face.

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Richard R. Hammar is an attorney, CPA and author specializing in legal and tax issues for churches and clergy.

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