Asking and answering key questions about housing, love gifts, sabbatical plans, expense reimbursements, and other situations that churches face.
Taking advantage of this relief affects the amount reported on Form W-2.
Richard Hammar reminds and informs church leaders about 10 important year-end tasks.
If your fiscal year begins July 1, budgeting during the pandemic presents unique challenges—but there is a way forward.
Review the four specific requirements for business expense reimbursements.
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On-Demand Webinar: CPA and attorney Richard Hammar lists critical tasks to focus on as the year draws to a close.
Attorney Sally Wagenmaker offers guidelines on when to consider paid professionals in an interview with Matthew Branaugh.
How churches spend money is a constant question from Church Law & Tax members and non-members, alike. And the answers depend on a variety of factors.
Planning ahead can keep you from being caught off guard.
The Internal Revenue Service issued a statement this past fall providing guidance with respect to
With the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, pastors can no longer deduct
This tax reform change might mean it’s time to start an accountable reimbursement plan.
What the changed rules mean for churches.
Reimbursed business expenses must be considered "ordinary and necessary."
Does your church have a plan for responding to when expenses eclipse the budget? Use this resource to guide those conversations.
An accountable reimbursement plan enables pastors and staff members to receive reimbursements without facing tax consequences.
Ten notable changes, and what they mean, for churches and their employees.
What you should know in light of recent tax reform.
Recent Tax Court ruling addresses common expenses and charitable contributions.
The answer depends on the purpose of the club.