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Payroll and Employment Related Audits

Audits by the federal Department of Labor and the IRS (these two agencies signed a memorandum of understanding in 2011 to work together in misclassification audits. Since that time federal audits in this area have been on the rise) and/or state employment development departments can arise for a number of reasons. Increasingly we are seeing […]

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Call for Keeping the Charitable Tax Deduction

In the midst of the current discussions in Washington on how to bring about meaningful, comprehensive tax reform is the discussion on whether to eliminate current policy that allows individuals to take a charitable tax deduction for contributions made to qualified nonprofit organizations. The stakes are enormous. According to Giving USA (>http://www.givingusa.org/), in 2012 it […]

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IRS Announces Simplified Option for Claiming Home Office Deduction

Last year the Internal Revenue Service announced a simplified option that owners of home-based businesses and qualified home-based workers may use to figure their deductions for the business use of their homes. For ministers and other religious workers who work out of their homes, this may be an important development. The new optional deduction, capped […]

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Contribution Receipting Requirements

Each year around this time churches and ministries spend a considerable amount of time producing annual contribution statements for their donors, as a way of thanking their supporters for their donations, and as an encouragement to them to continue with their gifts. But it is also important to remember that for most donors, they are […]

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