Church Law & Tax's sister site takes a closer look at COVID-19 and the Church—how the pandemic changed everything.
A legitimate, COVID-era tax credit available to churches could offer huge cash benefits—but beware potential predators.
But a third of churches have experienced a decrease in donations.
HR topics of greatest interest; plus the 5 top viewed webinars.
Determining whether your church qualifies for the Employee Retention Credit.
If certain criteria are met, congregations, nonprofits, and schools are potentially eligible to receive thousands of dollars.
What the Supreme Court's rulings on pandemic restrictions mean for churches and in-person gatherings.
How the pandemic has shaped the way church leaders mitigate the spread of sicknesses—and what to expect going forward.
Key legal considerations to address before offering your facility as an immunization site.
Expert tips to keep your building in good shape and ready when life returns to the new normal.
How adopting these provisions allows for legally sound virtual meetings.
Section 139 of the Internal Revenue Code allows you to offer nontaxable financial help for expenses directly related to the coronavirus.
The Coronavirus Stimulus Package creates an extension of the Paycheck Protection Program with different eligibility requirements.
Still, around a third of all churches express uncertainty or pessimism as they look toward 2021.
Churches should be aware of fraudsters posing as lenders or SBA staff.
This Q and A will help your church address the budget in the best way to weather the financial strain created by the pandemic.
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How church leaders should weigh the potential legal liabilities associated with public gatherings during the pandemic.
Also, do you recommend a separate bank account for these loans?
Answers to 30 frequently asked questions from church leaders.
Restructuring your church’s debt when full payment, or any payment, becomes difficult.