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Rethinking Your Church's Budgeting Process for 2021

CPA Michael Batts shares guidance on how church leaders can adjust their current budgeting processes to adapt to changes caused by the pandemic.

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To say that recent and current social and cultural developments have significantly affected church budgets would be a dramatic understatement. In fact, radical and ongoing societal developments have rendered the regular, annual church budget obsolete and irrelevant for 2020 and beyond.

So, how do church leaders address budgeting for the future in such an environment?

In this webinar offered exclusively to Church Law & Tax Advantage Members, CPA and Church Law & Tax Senior Editorial Advisor Michael Batts discusses these topics and challenges church leaders to completely overhaul their areas of financial focus.

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  • September 9, 2020

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