Prichard's Tax & Accounting - Serving Erwin, Dunn, Lillington, Coats, Smithfield, Fayetteville in North Carolina

Church Management

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Church Management by Dr. Curtis L. Prichard

Dr. Curtis L. Prichard offers financial services to ministries and organizations throughout the state of North Carolina that desire a commitment to excellence-a commitment that the Prichard team provides. The Prichard team approach to financial problem solving for churches is simple: We discover, evaluate, and then fix the problem by utilizing the proper personnel. Our team of dedicated consultants and church experts has spent many years of putting houses of worship in order, and we can do the same for yours. Prichard’s Tax and Accounting Services distinguishes itself by its personal, one-on-one approach with its church and ministry clients. We care about the Lord's work. We do not conduct business out of a house or on a part-time basis. We care about you, and we want to see you make it over the long haul.

  • How the IRS is targeting ministers for detailed audits
  • How to maximize your housing allowance
  • How to understand the new IRS forms and how to fill them out
  • How to protect your board members, deacons and elders from lawsuits
  • If your church can obtain 501(c)(3)status and how to get it before it’s too late
  • Understanding the faith-based initiative and how it could benefit your church
  • And much more!

Dr. Curtis L. Prichard offers a variety of services to churches and ministries for a variety of fees. We provide monthly bookkeeping and compliance services. We also prepare tax returns. If your ministry needs assistance in an area that concerns your finances, then Prichard’s Tax & Accounting Service can help you.

Pastor,

If the IRS came and audited your church today, would your books be in order?

Read on to find out more.

All it Takes for the IRS to Audit Your Church is...

  1. An accusation from a former church employee/member of wrongdoing to the IRS (no matter how ludicrous his or her claim may be.
  2. An unfortunate vicious rumor interpreted the wrong way by a high ranking IRS official.
  3. Any suspicion of wrongdoing by a high ranking IRS official.

It's a Fact!

You cannot pay cash to anyone out of the offering buckets!

This is a
       CRIMINAL OFFENSE
.

Watch Out!

According to the American Bar Association’s own statistics, if you’re an average pastor you have a 37% chance of having a legal problem in the next 12 months. That’s better than a 1 in 3 chance of you needing help. All You Need For the IRS to Audit Your Church Is....

  1. An accusation from a former church employee/member of wrongdoing to the IRS (no matter how ludicrous his/her claim may be), OR
  2. An unfortunate vicious rumor interpreted the wrong way by a high ranking IRS official, OR
  3. Any suspicion of wrongdoing by a high ranking IRS official.

Don't Wait!

DON’T WAIT for the IRS to call; I can help you comply with the law...

  • Information that will protect your church or ministry from IRS problems
  • How to keep your church and ministry compliant with up-to-date IRS changes
  • Some CPAs and attorneys that don’t understand nonprofit laws or accounting
  • Get your house in order!

Thanks, Dr. Curtis L. Prichard of Prichard’s Tax & Accounting

ARE YOU GUILTY?

WHAT WILL THE VERDICT BE?

Have you failed to issue the 1099 Form?
Under new law, who do you give 1099 Forms to? Has the limit been changed?

Have you neglected to issue the Pastor/Minister a W-2 Form?
What is the new IRS status on Ministers? How do you handle ministry related expenses?

Are you confused about the Charitable Receipting Rules?
Are cancelled checks proof of a donation? How do you comply with and what is the $250 rule (above/below)? What four things can you record on a person's contribution record? What is the envelope system and how do you use it for all contributions? What is a disclaimer and how do you use it to prevent lawsuits against you and your church?