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Archive for November, 2012

“Online Ministry” Denied Recognition of Church Tax Exemption

“Online Ministry” Denied Recognition of Church Tax Exemption In a recent private letter ruling, the IRS rejected an application for recognition of church tax-exempt status by a self-described “online ministry.” According to the IRS letter, the primary activities of the organization were to promote seminars and books by the organization’s founder. Furthermore, the “virtual church” […]

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Insurance Policies – Are You Really Covered?

California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law a number of employment-related bills that may have a significant impact on employers with employees based in California. Only the most notable are listed here. Unless otherwise specified, each of these new laws takes effect on January 1, 2013. CMA recommends employers with employees in California review […]

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Governor Jerry Brown Signs into Law Employment-related Bills

California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law a number of employment-related bills that may have a significant impact on employers with employees based in California. The most notable are noted below. Unless otherwise specified, each of these new laws takes effect on January 1, 2013. CMA recommends employers with employees in California review their […]

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