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Finally, A Payroll Company Designed for Churches

Selecting a payroll company may seem easy at first. The greatest challenge for the church in selecting a payroll company is finding someone who is truly qualified in clergy tax law and church payroll. Knowledge and experience are critical and ministry leaders must understand these challenges and recognize the need for industry specialists. Clergy Financial Resources has unparalleled expertise on complex issues associated with church payroll, clergy tax law, and clergy compensation.

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Starting a Nonprofit Organization: Federal Tax-Exempt Status
Starting a Nonprofit Organization: Federal Tax-Exempt Status Once a non-profit organization has been incorporated with the state, obtained a federal employee identification number, formed a board, and commenced operations, it can apply for tax-exempt status with the federal government. There are two major reasons why a nonprofit may desire tax-exempt... Read More
Starting a Nonprofit Organization: State Reports and Filings
Starting a Nonprofit Organization - State Reports and Filings Previous articles in this series have discussed nonprofit start-up tasks of incorporating with the state, obtaining a federal employee identification number, opening bank accounts, and applying for federal tax-exempt status. Beyond these vital tasks of starting a non-profit organization, there may be... Read More
Can a part-time employee be exempt?
Can a part-time employee be exempt? Yes, a part-time employee may be classified as exempt. The minimum salary and duties requirements must still be met, of course. And the minimum salary cannot be prorated when an exempt employee works part-time. In other words, the federal requirement to pay $684 per week (or the... Read More
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