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Can a church refuse to allow its facilities to be used for homosexual weddings? We propose that churches need to adopt clear, integrated and pervasive policies.
Here’s how churches and 501(c)(3) organizations can lose its exempt status in Pennsylvania, as well as advice on how to avoid this punishment.
The state of Pennsylvania uses a five part test to determine whether an organization qualifies as a 501(c) 3 charitable organization. Learn about them here.
Social media platforms open up the liability of churches. Here’s more advice on establishing social media policies to protect your church.
Social media platforms open up the liability of churches. Here’s what you need to know about establishing social policies to protect your church.
(Published in the Fall/Winter of 2010 Newsletter) Churches are often not aware of the tax implications of their organization. Once a church has employees, for example, many levels of taxes come into play. For example, a church usually cannot treat an employee as an independent contractor but the church is usually exempt from paying Unemployment […]