Ministers and other church employees are subject to special U.S. tax regulations. Virtually every year, new tax rulings affect the way that they should file their taxes. A working knowledge of these rules can help the minister save money--and that helps the church save money. Worth's Income Tax Guide for Ministers helps church workers comply with the latest tax laws. Includes step-by-step instructions for setting up the minister's compensation package to save tax dollars. Includes samples of completed payroll reports, W-2s, and tax returns, showing the church treasurer and minister what documents to file, how to file and when to file them.
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About the Author
"Mrs. Beverly J. Worth is recognized in Christian circles as one of the foremost authorities in the area of Income Tax as it relates to ministers and religious workers. Mrs. Worth has been involved in income tax preparation since 1964 and began Worth Financial Service in 1972. She has authored the annual publication ?Worth?s Income Tax Guide for Ministers? since 1973, the Professional Tax Record Book? since 1981 and has created numerous worksheets. Mrs. Worth has taught the ?Tax Seminar for Clergy and Non Profit Organizations? in many locations since 1983. As a graduate of Calvary Bible College, Beverly was honored as a Distinguished Alumna in 1988. The NRCC Business Advisory Council presented to Beverly a ?2004 Businesswoman of the Year? award. Mrs. Worth is enrolled to practice before the IRS (EA), an Accredited Tax Advisor (ATA), a Certified Tax Professional (CTP) and a registered representative of HD Vest Financial Services. She is a member of the following professional organizations: National Association of Enrolled Agents, National Association of Tax Practitioners, National Society of Tax Professionals. She and her husband Jack live in Warsaw, Indiana and have two grown children, Elle and Jack II, and two grandchildren, Sara and Quentin. Her husband, Jack is the pastor of Dutchtown Brethren Church.