The best way for your church to track employee hours

Start saving time and avoid costly errors by automatically calculating total hours worked. Here are five time-saving things your church can do when implementing time sheets or a time clock. Collect employee data faster — There’s nothing more frustrating to a payroll administrator than waiting for, or chasing down, employees to get what’s needed to process payroll. Time sheets and…

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Hurricane Harvey Tax Filing and Payment Extended Deadlines

The IRS is giving those affected by Hurricane Harvey a little extra time to complete tax filing if an extension was filed for the 2016 tax return. The new tax deadline for is January 31, 2018 for the 2016 Individual Income Tax Returns (Original Deadline October 15, 2017). Texas counties eligible for this extended deadline include:…

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Do Missionaries Need to Report Foreign Income?

As a U.S. citizen who lives abroad during the tax year, you’ll need to file a U.S. return reporting all sources of income, whether it was earned in the U.S. or abroad. You may qualify for a foreign income tax exclusion up to the IRS limitation. However, income earned abroad may also be subject to…

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Tips for Keeping Your Church Data Secure

Churches can also be a target of cyber criminals. Thousands of attacks happen every day, successful ones can cost organizations hundreds of thousands of dollars, and over half of small businesses soon close following a successful cyberattack.   Fortunately, there are effective measures you can take to prevent hackers, scammers, and other ne’er-do-wells from compromising your network,…

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Changes to the FAFSA for 2017–18

Students will be able to submit a 2017–18 FAFSA as early as Oct. 1, 2016, rather than beginning on Jan. 1, 2017. The earlier submission date will be a permanent change, enabling students to complete and submit their FAFSAs as early as October 1 every year. (There is NO CHANGE to the 2016–17 schedule. The…

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Can Clergy Deduct Moving Expenses?

Clergy may be able to deduct certain expenses of moving to a new home because they started or changed job locations. Home means the taxpayer’s main home. It does not include a seasonal home or other homes owned or kept up by the taxpayer or family members. Eligible taxpayers can deduct the reasonable expenses of moving…

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How to Take Control of Your Student Debt

Know The Options To Help Maximize Your Financial Flexibility. If you left school owing thousands in student loan debt, you don’t need to put your life on hold or risk your future financial security while repaying them. You have options … and your first step is to take action.  Learn how to take control of your…

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Is the Church Required to have a Sick Leave Policy?

Sick leave guarantees you time of to stay home when you’re sick without losing your job. Paid sick leave includes also a guarantee of pay during the time you’re sick. Sometimes Paid Sick Policies allow paid sick leave to be used to take care for sick family members, to go to medical appointments or to…

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Customized HR Documents for your Church

Document Customization is one of the many reasons why churches use our HR services.  With our document service our team of certified HR Pros, can easily: Submit your policies for a compliance review Request a custom policy With HR On-Demand, there’s no limit to how many policies can be requested and drafted. Learn more about our HR Support…

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Create an Engaging Workplace at the Church!

Most employees are not engaged at work—70% according to Gallup. This is no new trend. The combined number of unengaged and actively disengaged employees remains high from year to year. Poor engagement results in less productivity, less creativity, higher absenteeism, and higher turnover. “You can’t force an employee to be engaged—engagement is ultimately their choice….

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