But a third of churches have experienced a decrease in donations.
Discussing how the pandemic has challenged church and nonprofit ministry finance, finding the new normals, and more.
Still, around a third of all churches express uncertainty or pessimism as they look toward 2021.
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This Q and A will help your church address the budget in the best way to weather the financial strain created by the pandemic.
Budgeting during a time of rapid change is a matter of ditching the annual budget and doing some dynamic cash-flow forecasting and planning.
If your fiscal year begins July 1, budgeting during the pandemic presents unique challenges—but there is a way forward.
CPA Michael E. Batts helps churches navigate financial concerns created by the pandemic in this on-demand webinar.
New SBA guidance issued at 11 p.m. on April 3 clarifies eligibility after initial confusion.
Sorting through a complex area of law as churches weigh difficult financial decisions.
Earlier this year, Microsoft ended tech support for it—here’s what your church needs to know if you’re still using it.
Replace assumptions with research and insights you can trust.
Before your next tech purchase, use these three tips.
New survey results provide insights on budget trends and decisions nationwide.
An intentional process ensures ministry continues for the congregation and the community.
Excessive compensation is based on individual pay, not on the total amount budgeted for staff.
How churches spend money is a constant question from Church Law & Tax members and non-members, alike. And the answers depend on a variety of factors.
Planning ahead can keep you from being caught off guard.
Determine what to include in a severance package by establishing your budget and reviewing the
Setting and building a capital reserve account fund can help your church prepare for inevitable future expenses.