For churches, January usually brings a flurry of related activities: providing W-2s to employees and 1099-NECs to self-employed persons; sending out charitable contribution statements to donors; and ensuring that other tax deadlines are met, including Form 941 filings.
Additionally, church leaders should note other updates, reminders, and developments throughout tax season–as well as the rest of the year–whether they relate to clergy housing allowances, charitable contributions, or other issues.
This video features Richard Hammar, renowned church attorney, and author of the Church & Clergy Tax Guide 2023, discussing the most important developments for church tax filing in 2022 and compliance in 2023.
Richard Hammar | Attorney & CPA
Matthew Branaugh | Attorney & Content Editor for Church Law And Tax
Reading & Resources:
Download the resources and templates mentioned in this webinar below. Or read one of the articles to get a handle on the basics of developing fair compensation in your ministry.