Charitable giving trends resemble those of pre-COVID days as larger donors assume a larger share of the giving pie.
But a third of churches have experienced a decrease in donations.
So your church just received a large donation of virtual currency. What next? What are the tax implications?
New Giving USA study offers insights that should capture the attention of church leaders.
New survey offers reasons to be cautiously optimistic after weeks of restrictions on in-person gatherings.
Leaders also report numerous steps taken to curb expenses during sudden downturn.
Why an acknowledgement letter works better for documenting a retirement account donation.
Some churches keep their ministries robust during the so-called “downtime.”
Newly released philanthropy report reveals decreases in giving that may, in part, be due to tax policy changes.
Why a refund request for a donation should ring alarm bells.
The church may not issue a charitable contribution receipt.
Deducting donated household items is not as simple as it seems and may actually be more trouble than it's worth.
Churches and their donors need to understand how to substantiate gifts— from cars to clothing.
Three examples demonstrate how to substantiate donations of land and buildings in accordance with tax law.
Virtual currency can be given to your church without donors paying taxes on gains realized.
Ways to effectively—and legally—promote this form of giving.
A fundraising expert offers insights on this increasingly popular online tool.
With promising technology comes legal and tax considerations.
Tips for making the most of Pastor Appreciation Month.
Items donated to a silent auction are treated the same as other noncash contributions to the church.