Here are a few resources to assist you if you are located in the United States.
Here are a few resources for churches to keep funding going during this challenging period.
How much should you compensate a guest preacher?
The Key Federal Tax Figures displays variables from previous fiscal years to the current fiscal year.
The Multilingual Gateway on IRS.gov contains federal tax information in Chinese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese. You'll find useful forms for personal as well as church tax requirements.
Organizing and planting a new church requires careful planning and implementation. Keep reading to find practical help on the legal and financial aspects of organizing.
The annual Ministers’ Compensation Survey is intended to obtain information on the compensation practices generally followed by CRC churches in Canada and the United States for pastors serving a congregation full-time.
Churches are encouraged to use legal counsel for creating bylaws but this sample may be a great place to start.
What guidelines have you used when you paid for expenses for moving a minister? Here are some suggestions regarding move estimates, packing, and travel expenses for starting that conversation.
This annually published book provides invaluable information for managing the business side of a church.
Yes, the CRCNA provides the Ministers' Compensation Survey (updated annually) as reference material when matters involving compensation and benefits for ordained ministers are considered.
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Compensation for church staff varies greatly by size of church, size of church staff, geographic area, urban versus suburban. Job descriptions for lead or teaching pastor, senior or associate...posted on: Wage Scales