There are specific rules and other qualifying factors churches must understand.
These temporary provisions affect church leaders throughout 2020.
Ways to decrease the risk of infection and keep your congregation safe. Plus, link to the free PDF from Christianity Today, “A Concise Coronavirus Guide for Churches”
Important information and guidance for tax filing and recording-keeping requirements.
New rules maintain the same tax-favored status for employer contributions toward a traditional group health plan.
New act addresses ACA penalty many employers, including churches, faced.
Change reverses costly penalty many employers, including churches, faced under ACA.
How some churches are responding.
What churches must know about employer reporting requirements, premium reimbursements.
Churches should note how to comply, compensate as new deadline nears.
New IRS guidance gives temporary relief—but compliance is still required.
Recent outbreaks remind leaders of the precautions they must take.
Churches with fewer than 25 full-time equivalent employees may benefit from providing health insurance.
The Medicaid expansion.
Improving quality and lowering costs.
The ACA defines an "applicable large employer" with respect to any calendar year as an
Starting in 2015, some large employers will have to pay penalties for not providing health insurance to employees.
Note these important benefits.
No insurance last year? It’s time to pay up.
Church employees may receive tax-free reimbursements—if certain steps are followed.