What tax changes will be taking place in the new year? In this webinar, State Missionary Lee Wright helps answer questions to get you started out right. If you have questions following this webinar, you may contact Lee at email@example.com or 334.613.2241. To download handouts and resources for this webinar, visit alsbom.org/ccs and look under the Church Administrator Resources tab.
This webinar is designed to aid church personnel committees in the church’s relationship with the church staff and of learning the basic job of personnel committee members, updating new information relating to employees and how to provide for the financial and working needs of the church personnel. It will also be helpful to churches considering the addition of new staff members and covers the process of calling a ministerial staff person and employing other personnel staff as the church deems needed. This session will be led by State Missionary Lee Wright.
Church Tax Conference for Small Churches
This informative workshop led by State Missionary Lee Wright tackles such topics as whether or not a pastor needs a W-2 if he is the only paid employee if Form 941 needs to be completed if a minister can take 100% of his income as housing, how a small church of 100 or less differs from a large church in tax issues, and more.
Church Administrative Guidelines Part 2
Topics in this session include writing/revising policies with a focus on an emergency like the Coronavirus, the “motion to ratify” (especially important for emergency actions taken during the pandemic), electronic meetings, and the Supreme Court’s recent redefinition of sex related to Title VII. Presentations are made by state missionaries Jim Swedenburg and Lee Wright, followed by related discussions.
Church Administrative Guidelines Part 1
Topics in this session include the church’s need for policies and other documents, writing the needed documents for incorporation and bylaws, and how to run effective church meetings while avoiding mistakes. Presentations are made by state missionaries Jim Swedenburg and Lee Wright, followed by related discussions.