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The IRS Scandal Escalates

As posted by the ACLJ.

Written by Church Law Group  |  Category: Main Articles, General, Tax-Exemption

The Pastor's Study

QUESTION: What constitutes a hazardous activity that could result in legal liability for you or your church?

Written by Church Law Group  |  Category: Main Articles, Church Security, General, Tax-Exemption

Charitable Giving to Religion Up Only Slightly for Large Organizations, Down Second Year for Smaller Nonprofits

While charitable giving to large ECFA-accredited nonprofits and churches increased a modest 2.4 percent in 2012, as compared with a 1.4 percent decrease for 2011, giving to small organizations continued to decline for the second consecutive year, the faith-based financial accountability organization announced today.

Written by Church Law Group  |  Category: Main Articles, General, Tax-Exemption

The Pastor's Study

QUESTION: How does an individual with responsibilities in a church know when a conflict of interest is present?

Written by Church Law Group  |  Category: Main Articles, General, Governance

The Pastor's Study

QUESTION: What duties do I have to protect my trademarks and service marks?

Written by Church Law Group  |  Category: Main Articles, General, Governance

Family First to Lose Charity Status Over Controversial Positions

QUESTION: What duties do I have to protect my trademarks and service marks?

Written by Church Law Group  |  Category: Main Articles, General, Tax-Exemption

IRS Officials Close to Auditing Churches

From The Christian Post, Erik Stanley: For some time now, the IRS has not been auditing churches. As I explained in more detail in this post, the IRS’ decision to “suspend” church audits stems from a 2009 federal court decision finding the IRS’ regulations on church audits to be unlawful.

Written by Church Law Group  |  Category: Main Articles, General, Tax-Exemption

The Pastor's Study

QUESTION: What does recognition of tax exemption mean?

Written by Church Law Group  |  Category: Main Articles, General, Tax-Exemption

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