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CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION

CALIFORNIA DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

NEVADA DIV OF PUBLIC AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

UTAH DEPT OF HEALTH

HAWAII DEPT OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

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ALLIANCE REDWOODS

TOP-RATED CONFERENCE CENTER/CAMP IN OUR DISTRICT

Learn more about Alliance Redwoods Conference Grounds and schedule your next camp or retreat in this unparalleled facility!

Simpson University

GATEWAY TO WORLD SERVICE

Simpson University’s passion is to be the university of choice for students who aspire to achieve their chosen life goals through a Christ-led, transformational and innovative education.

COURSES

WOODLAND COURSES, TOZER SEMINARY 2017-2018

CHURCH MINISTRY TOOLS AND RESOURCES

Downloadable Resources and Software

PASTOR’S HANDBOOK

COVENANT EYES

PROTECT MY MINISTRY

FINANCIAL & LEGAL RESOURCES

Helpful resources for Treasurers

Ten Things Every Administrator Should Know

eBook

This manual is provided by Brotherhood Mutual, an insurance company and key resource we want you to have access to. The guide covers these 10 areas that every church administrator needs to understand and implement well:

  1. Financial Controls
  2. Online Tithing
  3. Documents & Records
  4. Offerings & Distributions
  5. Payroll
  6. Business Expense Reimbursement
  7. Clergy Housing Allowances
  8. Dual-Tax Status
  9. Fair Labor Standards Act
  10. Credit Card Safeguards

Each of these areas is covered at a high level, and additional information can be accessed from this document as needed. 

Essential Guide to Law & Tax for New Ministers

eBook

If you’re like most new ministers, you probably are overwhelmed by the legal and tax issues that confront you in the ministry. Richard R. Hammar wrote this book for you! He will answer questions like:

  • Who is a minister for federal tax purposes?
  • Should I report my taxes as an employee or as self-employed?
  • Should I “opt out” of Social Security?
  • What is the housing allowance?
  • What are the tax consequences of living in a church-owned parsonage?
  • Do I have taxes withheld from my wages, or am I required to pay estimated taxes? 

And so many more! It is essential that you, as a new minister, be familiar with the legal requirements and tax rules that apply to your vocation. Unfortunately, few begin their ministry with this knowledge.

This book was created to provide new ministers with quick, understandable answers to the kinds of questions mentioned above. Those who want more information on any of these issues can easily find it.

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