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The 7 Most Misunderstood and Misrepresented Provisions of Federal Tax Law for Churches

Description

Do you ever have second thoughts about that friendly advice you got about unrelated business activity and sales tax? Were you aware that selling debt-financed property can generate a big tax bill in some situations? Have you been intimidated into avoiding making grants to foreign churches or ministries because you think tax compliance is too complex? Has someone told you that allowing a local piano teacher to offer lessons in your church without paying rent for the space is private inurement? Do you wonder if love offerings taken up for a visiting speaker are taxable income to the speaker? If any of these questions apply to you, join us as we address the 7 Most Misunderstood and Misrepresented Provisions of Federal Tax Law for Churches. We will be myth-busting with respect to issues related to:
  • unrelated business income,
  • debt-financed property,
  • foreign grant-making,
  • love offerings,
  • private inurement,
  • private benefit, and,
  • who qualifies as a minister for tax purposes.


CEU Information

This presentation qualifies for 0.1 CEU credit toward CCA certification and retention. Pleaserefer to certification guidelines to ensure you are in proper compliance for credit. After completing the course submit a CEU request form to complete and make your request.

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