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Internal Controls

Internal audits, external audits, internal control of assets

More Than a Matter of Trust
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More Than a Matter of Trust

Embezzlement happens. What you need to know to protect your church.
Keeping Internal Controls In Check During a Pandemic
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Keeping Internal Controls In Check During a Pandemic

Guidance on how to adjust and maintain strong internal controls.
How a Church Responded When a Trusted Minister Embezzled Funds

How a Church Responded When a Trusted Minister Embezzled Funds Member access only

Experts weigh in during a panel discussion on what happened.
How Fraud Happens in Churches

How Fraud Happens in Churches Member access only

Preventing financial malfeasance in God’s treasury.

Ten Steps to Consider When Embezzlement Is Suspected Member access only

How to respond when the unthinkable becomes a reality.
Determining Financial Policies for Your Church

Determining Financial Policies for Your Church Member access only

How to identify the policies needed for sound financial management.
When Churches Neglect Payroll Taxes

When Churches Neglect Payroll Taxes Member access only

Experts say this is an all-too-common problem—and one church leaders cannot ignore.
New YorkNew York

Pastor Who Embezzled Ordered to Pay Restitution Member access only

Court ordered a pastor who embezzled a substantial amount of church funds to make restitution.
The Outsourcing Option

The Outsourcing Option

Why your church might want to let an outside pro handle the books.
New YorkNew York

Student Successfully Appeals Lawsuit Against Synagogue for Injuries Sustained During Study Abroad Program Member access only

Case demonstrates that the host organization may be legally responsible for injuries that occur.
MarylandMaryland

‘Ministerial Exception’ Prevents Court from Resolving Dismissed Minister’s Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Member access only

The court concluded if the application of the ministerial exception is obvious from the face of a civil lawsuit, then a pre-discovery motion to dismiss is appropriate.

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