SBTC offering tax seminars for churches in January

Operational and legal issues continually distract from the kingdom focus of the church. Recognizing potential pitfalls and staying up-to-date on key issues can keep your church focused on productive ministry.

To assist churches in that area, the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention is offering four online tax seminars in January: January 18 from 1-5 p.m.; January 19 from 6-9 p.m.; January 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and January 27 from 1-5 p.m. The seminars are free and will be led by professional tax accountants with PSK LLP, who specialize in providing audit and accounting services to churches.

“Participating in the SBTC’s tax seminars is a great way to stay current on tax law changes or just confirm best practices on the business side of things at your church,” SBTC Chief Financial Officer Joe Davis said. “Meeting by Zoom makes it easy and efficient. I hope you will join us for one of the January dates. You never know what vital bit of information you may pick up.”

Topics will cover tax considerations of churches and ministers, top legal issues facing churches and ministers, and financial/stewardship issues, along with building and operational issues. Continuing Professional Education (CPE) will be offered at the January 25 virtual event.

Registration is required. If you have any trouble with registration, contact Easter Cooley at ecooley@sbtexas.com or call 817.552.2500.

 

 

 

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