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Four Essential Year-End Tax Rules for Ministers

Pastoral taxes

Four Essential Year-End Tax Rules for Ministers

Year-end tax planning too often leaves new ministers and church administrators scrambling. The reason is because rules for ministers differ Read More >>

June Tax Reminders for Pastors

2013 is flying by, and deadlines can sneak up on you. Be ready to prepare for these two dates in Read More >>

New (and Old) Rules for Home Offices

While simplifying the filing procedure to claim a home office deduction, the IRS criteria for claiming the deduction unfortunately eliminates Read More >>

3 Forms Due on February 28

This time of year brings many IRS deadlines. Churches have three action items that are due on February 28. Make Read More >>

Housing allowance for a parsonage vs. a pastor-owned home

With a continuing trend of low interest rate mortgages, a pastor may want to purchase a personal home for the Read More >>

September tax deadlines & a reminder

Two upcoming deadlines, both September 17, 2012 will affect a large number of nonprofit organizations. For nonprofits which use a Read More >>

Follow these internal controls to minimize risk

In our work with churches and ministries, our firm sees many similar issues that need to be addressed. We put Read More >>

4 indicators of a church’s ‘leaky ship’

The IRS scrutinizes churches and ministries, so it’s imperative that you run a ‘tight ship’ in the finance department. Over Read More >>

11 acceptable housing expenses, 5 to avoid

Ministers are able to claim many housing expenses as exclusions for income tax purposes. If you’re gathering information for your Read More >>

Parsonage allowance Tax Court decision reversed

In June, 2011, I wrote a blog post about a minister who claimed two residences with his parsonage allowance – Read More >>