We’re pleased to announce the Church Law & Tax 2020 Webinar Series.
In our conversations with many of you, you told us you wanted a Church Law & Tax webinar as often as once a month. We’ve responded, planning at least ten webinars for this year. Many of you also indicated you’d like the opportunity to have more time for questions at the end of the webinars. We hear you, and we’re committed to finding ways we can incorporate more Q&A into all upcoming webinars. Our upcoming series also reflects the topics many of you suggested, often presented by well-respected speakers you requested.
As noted below, this year’s series features a combination of free webinars open to everyone as well as a set of webinars available exclusively to Church Law & Tax Advantage Members. (Not an Advantage Member? Learn how to become one.)
Here is the lineup for the first quarter of the Church Law & Tax 2020 Webinar Series. Bookmark this page to check back regularly as we announce the lineups for subsequent quarters—and also sign up for our five free Church Law & Tax e-newsletters to find out what’s coming up.
Church Law & Tax’s 2020 Webinar Series
“Top Tax Developments for 2020,” January 22, 2020. This Advantage Member webinar, presented by Church Law & Tax’s senior editor Richard Hammar, covered key tax developments church leaders must know for the year ahead, including the upcoming income tax filing season.
“The 5 Most Misunderstood Aspects of Unrelated Business Income for Churches,” February 26, 2020. This free webinar will feature CPA Michael Batts, a Church Law & Tax senior editorial advisor and nationally recognized expert on unrelated business income for churches and ministries. Batts has written extensively on the topic. He will provide insights, information, and instruction useful for church and ministry leaders who increasingly face this complex issue.
“15 Things Most Ministers Don’t Know—and Probably Hurt Them and Their Churches,” March 18, 2020. This Advantage Member webinar, presented by Church Law & Tax’s senior editor Richard Hammar, will take a closer look at 15 critical issues Hammar has identified during his more than 40 years of legal practice that churches, pastors, and church leaders often overlook or neglect—to their peril.
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