Church treasurers and business administrators play a key role in overseeing the welfare of ministers and other church workers. They not only enroll new plan members and manage the payment of dues to ensure members’ benefits are always available, but they also serve as liaisons between members and the Board of Pensions.
Board University provides educational opportunities that equip you to manage the financial resources of the church in a way that benefits both the employee and the employer, is faithful to the Board’s A Theology of Benefits, and conforms with state and federal tax requirements.
The Render unto Caesar seminar helps clarify terms of call, explores ways to structure terms of call, and provides insight into clergy tax issues.
E-learning offerings, or online learning modules, provide opportunities to learn through self-paced modules or prerecorded webcasts viewable on demand. These tools cover a variety of topics, providing additional information that will help you with your benefits administration-related work.
The Tax Resource Center is a collection of specialized resources designed to increase awareness and knowledge about specific tax issues, especially those related to reporting income and compensation.