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Archive for April, 2016

Why Smart People Resist New Technology by Wayne Turmel

Ahhhh, technology! Brilliant minds work hard to create new, faster, better or easier ways to get our job done. Productivity goes up, seconds get shaved off tasks that add up to big savings in time, the company saves money, which in turn saves your job (work with me here, that’s their story and we’re going […]

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Employment Law – Business Related Expenses

Business Related Expenses If you are an employee, you may be able to deduct your work-related expenses as an itemized de¬duction on Form 1040, Sch. A.* If you are a self-employed individual who qualifies to report their income on Form 1040, Sch. C you may be able to deduct your work-related expenses as itemized deductions. […]

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Ministerial Housing Allowance Under Attack Once Again

The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) has filed a new lawsuit in federal court challenging the constitutionality of the ministers’ housing allowance exclusion. Under current law (Internal Revenue Code, Sec. 107), qualified ministers may exclude from income tax, within certain limits, the fair rental value of church-provided housing, plus the actual cost of utili¬ties or […]

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Raising Funds for Short-term Mission Trips

Summer is just around the corner and many churches and mission organizations have begun putting together short-term mission trip opportunities for their congregations and donors. Whether it is spending several weeks in the inner city ministering to the homeless or sharing the Gospel in a foreign country where you don’t know the language, the experience […]

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