Church & Your 1099-K

What is a Church 1099-K? The short answer, ‘nothing’. It’s simply the total of all the credit card transactions you processed in the prior calendar year. Every organization or business that accepts card payments gets one. Your credit card processor sends one to you and a copy to the IRS. According to the IRS, the…

4 Underused Funding Tools

Many churches rely on regular tithes and offerings to fund programs and projects in their ministries. However, there are times when a stewardship campaign or unexpected financial challenges arise. While Proverbs tells us that, where there is no vision the people parish… (29:18) Where there is no money the vision parishes, could also be true.…

Thinking About A Church App?

There’s no arguing that apps are all the rage today. Whether or not to have a church app is a common conversation we have with pastors and churches. Here are a few questionsto ask yourself and some insightsto consider as you determine if a church app is right for you. Finally, some action stepsyou can…

Timing of Yearend Contributions.

Many people will wait until the last minute to make a donation. Generally speaking, a donation that is received by 11:59PM (your time) on December 31st is considered for that calendar year. However, with digital giving options, questions may arise as to when a donation is considered “received.” Here’s a summery of what you need…