Deducting donated household items is not as simple as it seems and may actually be more trouble than it's worth.
This tax reform change might mean it’s time to start an accountable reimbursement plan.
What you should know in light of recent tax reform.
What is—and isn't—tax-deductible for donors who attend a church fundraising event.
"Mere recognition" does not nullify a deduction.
For the participant buying a ticket for him/herself, the airfare is tax deductible as a volunteer expense.
Yes, but you must make sure the receipts you issue are appropriate under the circumstances.
Tax-deductible donations can be designated for a specific ministry purpose.
Requirements churches and donors must know and follow.
Tax court says couple couldn't substantiate contributions to church.
Specific rules dictate the tax treatment for pastors and donors.
Seven legal areas that trip up churches—and how to navigate them.
Rule may apply to pastors and church staff that conduct work from home.
Tax Court addresses substantiation requirements for clergy taxes.
Four requirements for ministers' eligibility.
Highlights from the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012.
What churches must know about the last-minute 'fiscal cliff' deal.
How should giving statements look after a separation?
Churches must include key, timely language to keep donations deductible.
What employees should know.