Why an acknowledgment letter rather than a tax-deductible receipt is the way to go.
Use this to-do list to finish the year well and start 2023 right.
What tax law changes mean for church employees and donors.
The church may not issue a charitable contribution receipt.
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.
Navigating donations, designations, and more.
What is—and isn't—tax-deductible for donors who attend a church fundraising event.
"Mere recognition" does not nullify a deduction.
Collect and analyze key facts and stats to ensure long-term financial health.
Yes, but you must make sure the receipts you issue are appropriate under the circumstances.
Churches must follow special rules when it comes to monetary gifts.
Yes, but understand that a number of special considerations and requirements apply to stock.
Such borrowing is not a good practice and it's illegal in most states.
How you present financial information matters
Churches must honor restricted contributions—or else risk refunding them.
How to encourage greater generosity in this important area of the church budget.