INVE$T YC :: Let’s Get Technical – Church Finances & Clergy Taxes

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INVE$T YC :: Let’s Get Technical – Church Finances & Clergy Taxes
Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

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United Methodist Foundation of Western North Carolina
13816 Professional Center Dr
Huntersville, NC 28078

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Kim Ingram

Inve$t Young Clergy 2018-19 Session #2

Budgets, reports, spreadsheets, cash flow, P&L statements, policies, procedures, fundraising, stewardship, remittances – ack!  Seminary didn’t prepare me for this! 

Thankfully, Dr. Mark King is here to help us understand what we need to know about the ins-and-outs of local church finances.  Relax, you don’t need to become a CPA overnight in order to gain competence and confidence in providing leadership to your church’s financial life.

But, what about my personal taxes?  Withholding, quarterly filing, cafeteria plans, dependent care, allowable household expenses, reimbursements, FLEX, HSA, housing, retirement, employed or self-employed, deductions, credits, and a brand-new tax law.  Rev. Nate Berneking will be just the guide we need.

Hosted and facilitated by the Rev. A.J. Thomas, Founder, Joyful Giving Group LLC, your agenda for the day is:

   9:30     Arrive
 10:00     Church finances
               (Rev. Mark King, Western NC Conference)
 12:00     Lunch
 12:45     Clergy Taxes
               (Rev. Nate Berneking, Missouri Conference)
   4:00     Adjourn

Thursday, November 1, 2018
@ Catholic Conference Center, Hickory, NC

For more information about the series and our featured speakers, visit the IYC page!

INVE$T YC (Young Clergy) promotes financial health and personal practices. Many young clergy begin their ministry with significant debt and don’t have the tools, skills, and experience to budget, save, and eliminate debt. This can interfere with one’s ability to preach, teach, and practice generosity and stewardship in a local congregation. INVE$T YC is designed to help clergy be pro-active instead of re-active. The program also will teach skills for young clergy to manage stress, set boundaries, and establish practices that enable a lifetime of healthy ministry.
The program that includes four events aimed at helping young clergy develop and maintain life-long practices of financial and personal health: September 17-18, November 1, January 24, May 2.  Interested participants may sign up for one or multiple sessions.