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On-Demand Webinar: Ten tax developments church leaders should know for filing taxes this year- and for meeting tax requirements for the year ahead.
Make quarterly estimated payments and meet monthly or semiweekly requirements.
The IRS increases the 2024 business use mileage rate, but reduces the rate for medical or moving purposes.
Learn and understand more about the most important tax advantage available to ministers—the housing allowance.
How the coronavirus is affecting the current tax season—and beyond.
What new—and veteran—ministers and treasurers need to know to file taxes correctly and receive maximum tax benefits.
Review the four specific requirements for business expense reimbursements.
Understand how to properly set this significant pastoral benefit.
Learn what this exemption includes and why few ministers qualify for it.
They cost less and are certified by the IRS. But they still need to be vetted before hiring.
A detailed review of how these changes will benefit churches and staff.
Designating a housing allowance is a critical part of every church's pastoral compensation package and a key tax benefit for pastors.
A housing allowance is a the most important tax benefit for pastors. Use this resolution to help set a housing allowance for pastors in 2024.
Some ministers incorrectly believe they are exempt from taxation.
What churches should tell employees about changes aimed to simplify tax-filing.
What tax law changes mean for church employees and donors.
What to know for 2018 filing and 2019 compliance.
Starting in 2019, employers wanting an extension to file W-2s past the January 31 deadline
With the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, pastors can no longer deduct
Such an arrangement can happen when neither revenue stream is enough to cover all of a minister's housing expenses.