NEWS RELEASE: Parking Tax Repealed

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Of the many provisions outlined in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017(TCJA), none were as controversial as the new tax on qualified transportation [...] Read More

IRS Announces 2020 Standard Mileage Rates

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued the 2020 optional standard mileage rates (Notice 2020-05). After having an increase last year, the IRS lowered the [...] Read More

Toward A Healthy Church Budget

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One of the hardest (and saddest) things I have witnessed in my life was the decline and eventual death of my grandmother. As a teenager, [...] Read More

Beyond The Parsonage

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Does your church provide a parsonage for your pastor and his family? A church-owned parsonage offers many advantages for both church and pastor. A church-owned […]

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Minister’s Housing Allowance Update

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The constitutional challenge to the minister’s housing allowance moves into the next phase today as oral arguments are heard before the Seventh Circuit Court of […]

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Caring For The Pastor

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No doubt you’ve heard of the congregation who prayed: “Lord, send us a poor, humble preacher. You keep him humble; we’ll keep him poor.” Sure, […]

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Blessing, Not a Burden

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On June 22, NFL Quarterback Derek Carr signed a five-year, $125 million contract with the Oakland Raiders. With this contract, Carr set the record for […]

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Become a Church Philanthropist

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What does it mean to be a philanthropist? Do you have to be rich and give hundreds of thousands of dollars away each year? Absolutely […]

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