Learn how to avoid the four common pitfalls every ministry faces, report a housing allowance, calculate overtime, and more.
Processing ministry payroll and employment taxes is a challenging job. Laws are complex and ever-changing, and mistakes can result in costly back taxes and penalties. This webinar will cover common questions submitted by church payroll administrators.
Original Broadcast: August 24, 2016
Run Time: Approximately 60 minutes
Sabra Rowley, CPA, is the assistant vice president of affiliate operations at Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company. She manages and supervises the operations of MinistryWorks by Brotherhood Mutual and American Church Group agencies. Sabra is a graduate of Indiana University and earned her CPA designation in 1989.
Mark Landrigan, CPA, is the director of MinistryWorks by Brotherhood Mutual payroll services. He is responsible for overseeing all payroll service operations, including compensation and tax reporting. Mark is a graduate of Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne and earned his CPA designation in 2009.
Jean Hartley, EA, is the founder and CEO of Hartley Tax & Accounting, LLC. She is a tax accountant specializing in ministry and nonprofit tax and accounting. Jean is a graduate of Anderson University and is admitted to practice before the Internal Revenue Service with a special designation of Enrolled Agent.
MinistryWorks is a payroll service provider that helps churches and related ministries by taking on the administrative burden of payroll processing and payroll tax filing. MinistryWorks professionals are church payroll specialists who truly understand your ministry and work closely with you to offer solutions for your unique needs. For more information, visit MinistryWorks.com.
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