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2021 Webinar Series

Church Law & Tax presents these valuable learning opportunities to help you lead in your role.

We’re pleased to announce the Church Law & Tax 2021 Webinar Series.

Last year, we planned to host 10 webinars to help inform and provide guidance on issues that directly affected the church. We can agree that 2020 had a mind of its own and many of our plans needed reevaluating. New developments occurred like the CARES Act and Paycheck Protection Program, and they often required further clarification. So rather than producing 10 webinars, we managed to host 15 to help the church navigate the constant changes.

This year, we plan to continue providing you with topics relevant to current needs and events. Our upcoming series will also reflect topics many of you suggested, presented by well-respected speakers you requested.

As usual, this year’s series will feature 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.)

We encourage you to bookmark this page and check back regularly as we continue to announce upcoming and future webinars. You can also sign up for our free e-Newsletter or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn to find out what’s coming up.

Church Law & Tax’s 2021 Webinar Series

Upcoming Webinars

We are currently working on adding our upcoming webinars to the list. Please check back for updates. In the meantime, catch up on what you missed from last year’s series. The webinars are available to watch on-demand.

Previous Webinars

Key Tax Developments Your Church Should Know for 2021 | January 21, 2021. More than 70 developments affecting ministers and churches occurred during 2020. In this webinar offered exclusively to Church Law & Tax Advantage Members, renowned church attorney and CPA Richard R. Hammar covers the most significant developments that churches and church leaders need to understand for 2020 tax-filing purposes—and 2021 compliance. He also offers key insights on the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (CAA). Become an Advantage Member and get access to the recording.

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  • January 12, 2021