Here are some of the financial administrative responsibilities connected with managing an overseas ministry that your church should consider (based on experience with my own church).
I am a CPA who has worked as a finance manager for World Renew for almost 15 years. I also have served as treasurer at Graafschap Christian Reformed Church in Holland Michigan.
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Many churches rely on paid staff to manage various aspects of ministry, from performing music during worship services to administering outreach programs. Are these paid staff church employees or independent contractors?
Since he is not currently working with an organization that has a USA partner, you need to either find a USA 501(c)3 charity to partner with or your church will need to provide direct oversight. ...
Thanks Larry for posting your comments and emphasizing some Canadian nuances that may prohibit a Canadian church to directly manage an overseas ministry. All churches should consult their...
Thanks Bill for your comments and especially for your church's generous support of these various missionaries.
Thanks so much for your explanation as how the "tools" criteria has been expanded within the Canadian context.posted on: Employee vs. Independent Contractor (US)
Thanks so much for your responses and sharing how this issue applies within the Canadian context. The web link to CRA guidelines is most helpful. It is nice to see there is some common logic...posted on: Employee vs. Independent Contractor (US)