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Properly crediting 401(k) accounts when there’s a break in service

Monthly Archives: July 2012

Properly crediting 401(k) accounts when there’s a break in service

When an employee leaves a company before fully vesting, and then returns to work for the company, you want to Read More >>

Filing your return for UBIT

Writing about the Neighborhood Land Rule last week reminded me of the importance of correctly handling unrelated business income tax Read More >>

3 policies for managing incidental expenses

Incidental expenses arise during the normal course of business, but many churches don’t have policies in place to prevent temptation Read More >>

Planning for growth and minimizing taxes with the Neighborhood Land Rule

The Neighborhood Land Rule lets tax-exempt organizations acquire and hold real estate in the same neighborhood as the primary organization Read More >>

The un-cashed 401(k) check dilemma

Un-cashed checks create a problem for 401(k) plan sponsors. The DOL mandates that funds technically remain part of the plan Read More >>