Deadline for church employees with six-month extensions for filing 2021 tax returns—and other key dates to note.
File employer’s quarterly federal tax return and meet monthly or semiweekly requirements.
File 8274 and 941 forms and meet monthly or semiweekly requirements.
Review housing allowance designations, make quarterly payments, and meet monthly or semiweekly requirements.
Which political activities may affect a church's tax-exempt status, based on IRS guidance.
The Johnson Amendment and other tax laws try to limit activities by churches that intersect with politics—but certain constitutional protections allow more engagement than some realize.
Along with monthly and semiweekly requirements, note quarterly filing and forms pertinent to your church or ministry.
Filing returns, key quarterly deadlines, exemptions, and more.
Monthly and semiweekly requirements for depositing payroll taxes.
Forms 941, 1098-C, 1095-C, and 1094-C are due this month.
Note deadlines for payroll taxes, fourth quarter estimated payment, and various forms.
Housing allowance designations, year-end transactions, 2021 donations, and more.
Deadlines for quarterly federal tax return and employer exemption.
Deadline for church employees with six-month extensions for filing 2020 tax returns.
Make quarterly estimated payments and meet monthly or semiweekly requirements.
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Here’s how churches can avoid tripping up on important legal, tax, and risk management issues with interns.
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A handbook not only protects the church and its staff—it also helps create a healthy relationship between employer and employee.
How the ministerial exception, job descriptions, internships, and employee handbooks can make your ministry sink or swim.
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Understanding this key legal doctrine, how it works, and when it matters—or doesn’t—for specific positions.
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Well-crafted job descriptions are critical to each church’s mission and proper functioning.