Insights on a common misconception that gaming is a “charitable” activity
Yes, but make sure you have documentation showing it's a not-for-profit corporation.
Understanding the origins of a controversial law and the pros and cons of potential change.
How churches are permitted—and even encouraged—to promote civic engagement during election seasons.
A settled lawsuit from 2014 outlined the agency's protocol—but whether it is followed remains to be seen.
Judge’s opinion may shed light on how Wisconsin housing allowance appeal may go.
Seven legal areas that trip up churches—and how to navigate them.
IRS ruling reveals potential problems when ministries are too commercial.
A federal lawsuit could prove costly to churches if it succeeds.
This checklist outlines the details of a corporate merger.
Agency also issues guidance on disregarded SMLLCs.
Should we allow a church member to run a business on church property?
Can our church provide receipts for food and monetary donations at fundraising events?
Do we need to start a separate tax-exempt entity?
Can our pastor launch a side ministry at our church?
A no-interest loan to a pastor brings up a number of issues.
There are times when churches pay—or collect—sales tax.
What happens if we lose our tax-exempt status?
I am aware that churches risk the loss of their tax-exempt status if they participate
Many churches seek recognition of tax-exempt status from the IRS because it offers assurance that the church is recognized as exempt and qualifies for related tax benefits.