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Clergy tax

by David J. Epstein

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Published by Regal Books in Ventura, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Clergy -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDavid Epstein.
      SeriesThe church advisory series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF6369.8.C5 E67 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination117 p. :
      Number of Pages117
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL728220M
      ISBN 100830718362
      LC Control Number97117049

      Lead your ministry with confidence. Sign up for our free Church Law & Tax Update newsletter: Vital coverage of critical developments, news, insights, and resources about legal and tax matters affecting churches, clergy, staff, and volunteers nationwide.   clergy, lay leaders, and staff Cost purchase as a book or e-book Suggested Uses Stay up-to-date on tax laws by sharing this resource with the treasurer or tax preparer as a reference guide. File tax information with confidence by using this book as a guide for social security, itemizing deductions, and more.

      Aside from housing, clergy usually incur significant business expenses as a part of their job, such as maintaining a car for transportation, paying for continuing education, and obtaining books and resources. If clergy must rely on their salary to pay for these expenses, it will be an extra tax burden for : Jane Mcgrath. For tax purposes, a minister is a person who is a "duly ordained, commissioned, or licensed minister of a church." This includes Rabbis and other ordained clergy. Ministers, have a unique tax status. For purposes of Social Security and Medicare taxes, ministers are considered to be self-employed and these taxes are not withheld from their pay.

      Get a better understanding of U.S. tax laws as they relate to pastors and churches with the Church & Clergy Tax Guide; learn how tax laws apply to you, how to correctly report your federal income taxes and social security taxes, understand relevant exemptions, and reduce your tax liability as much as possible/5. Tax Breaks for Ordained Ministers. Ordained ministers are able to take advantage of tax benefits that are not available to taxpayers outside the clergy. The tax benefits were originally instituted to help members of the clergy, who were often poorly paid. The most lucrative deduction is related to a minister’s housing.


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Clergy Tax Worksheet PARSONAGE ALLOWANCE: Many members of the clergy are paid a cash "housing allowance," which they use to pay the expenses related to their homes (e.g. interest, real property taxes, utilities etc.). Alternatively, some may live in a parsonage owned by the church.

Neither a cash allowance (to the extent it is used to pay for home. For services in the exercise of the ministry, members of the clergy receive a Form W-2 but do not have social security or Medicare taxes withheld. They must pay social security and Medicare by filing Form (Schedule SE), Self-Employment Tax.

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Tax law in general is highly $ Add to Cart Quick view. Add to Cart. Quick view. Sarah E. Merkle. Housing Allowance: A housing allowance is the greatest tax benefit available to ministers. It is also one of the least understood. It is simply a portion of a minister’s compensation that is so designated in advance by the minister’s employing church.

It is very beneficial for ministers because an allowance for housing is excluded from. The church can, optionally, report the housing amounts in box 14 of Form W The minister includes these amounts on Schedule SE when calculating SECA tax on his or her annual filing.

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This is the additional amount that should be withheld for each pay period to fulfill the federal tax requirement.In addition, you could be eligible for a housing allowance, an important tax benefit.

Also, because clergy must pay SECA on Social Security and are exempt from the requirement of having income tax withheld, you will make quarterly payments throughout the year. You must properly estimate your tax liability or risk facing a penalty for : Jane Mcgrath.