3 Audiences for Church Financial Reports to Consider
The people you need to keep in the know when creating financial statements.
financial statements. The Editors of Church Law & Tax. Image: rawpixel / Unsplash. General membership. First, there is the general membership. Members
Abuse Claims Again the Top Reason Churches Go to Court
Analysis of 2017 data also shows property disputes, zoning issues among the top problems.
risk. Err on the side of doing more. Be aggressive. Richard R. Hammar is an attorney and the senior editor for Church Law & Tax. IN DEPTH. Reducing
How Can Churches Treat Their Staffs Well?
An experienced executive pastor offers insights on compensation, job descriptions, and more.
Editor's Note: Christianity Today's Church Law & Tax Team will co-host “Smart Money for Church Salaries,” a church compensation workshop with David Fletcher, on August 23 in
What’s the Status of the Clergy Housing Allowance?
Updates on court timelines, the appeal, and more.
of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, the National Association of Evangelicals, and others—incorporates material from various Church Law & Tax resources, including
What to Know About a New Donation Scam
Why churches should be careful about refund requests.
He is also an editorial advisor for Church Law & Tax. Danny Johnson is a partner of the firm and a member of BMWL's Audit & Assurance Services Team.
Hey, Fletch: Why Does Our Church Need an Executive Pastor?
Tips for convincing leadership that the executive pastor role is a necessary one.
On “complexity,” check out this interview I did with Matt Branaugh of Church Law & Tax. Dan Reiland wrote “Who Needs an Executive Pastor, Anyway?” for XPastor.org.