Church Law & Tax's sister site takes a closer look at COVID-19 and the Church—how the pandemic changed everything.
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Getting year-end tasks right--and setting up 2023 for success.
Understanding these standards is important for churches and church-run schools with sustainer donor programs.
Peruse this reading list for tips on encouraging generosity among your congregation during these tough times.
Two studies demonstrated a mixture of both positive and negative trends.
National Association of Evangelicals’ Bless Your Pastor initiative offers concrete ways congregations can help.
New survey offers reasons to be cautiously optimistic after weeks of restrictions on in-person gatherings.
Articles to help you adjust budgets, think strategically, and approach the challenge with confidence.
This downloadable 12-point checklist is created for those wondering how to establish church fundraising guidelines.
How to calculate this important metric for current—and future—planning purposes.
Leaders also report numerous steps taken to curb expenses during sudden downturn.
Insights and advice from Church IT experts Nick Nicholaou and Jonathan Smith
Church Law & Tax Content Editor Matthew Branaugh is joined by church IT experts Nick
Why gifts to staff have strings attached and copyright laws still apply.
What about a one-time donation of only $10? Are churches required to issue contribution statements for such small gifts?
Some churches keep their ministries robust during the so-called “downtime.”
Newly released philanthropy report reveals decreases in giving that may, in part, be due to tax policy changes.
If a payment of $600 or more is intended to help cover the student’s expenses, then it is reported on the student’s Form 1099-NEC.
How to identify the policies needed for sound financial management.