Zondervan recently published the 2012 Minister’s Tax & Financial Guide to help make the tax season less taxing for pastors preparing 2011 clergy tax returns.
The authors, Dan Busby and John VanDrunen, are tax, accounting and legal experts, and executives with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. Busby is the ECFA’s president, and VanDrunen is their vice-president and in-house legal counsel.
For years, ministers have trusted the Zondervan Minister’s Tax Guide to save them time and money. This easy-to-understand workbook simplifies the tax code and offers dozens of tips to reduce your tax bill.
What’s in the 2012 Minister’s Tax & Financial Guide?
For 2012, the Zondervan Minister’s Tax & Financial Guide includes a line-by-line explanation of the 1040 Form as well as information on recent changes in the tax code. Dan Busby also explains the easy steps you can take now to minimize next year’s tax bill.
This 2012 edition also includes sound retirement planning helps, compensation planning guidance, and ways to maximize business expense reimbursements.
Zondervan Minister’s Tax & Financial Guide is also a helpful guide for church treasurers, business administrators, and tax preparers who assist ministers in their tax returns.
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If you still haven’t done your 2010 return, you’ll want to check out last year’s 2011 Zondervan Minister’s Tax & Financial Guide, which is still available.
And the 2012 Zondervan Church and Nonprofit Tax and Financial Guide is now available to help church and nonprofit leaders navigate through tax and financial issues involved with starting or running a church or ministry.
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