"That provision imposes a 21 percent tax on employee parking benefits provided by thousands of congregations and nonprofits from coast to coast. To pay that tax, some churches may have to file form 990-T paperwork with the IRS if they provide parking for employees." - RNS
1. Fewer than half of solo pastors receive any health insurance ... 2. Almost three-fourths of full-time worship/music leaders receive health insurance... 3. Many full-time church staff receive no retirement benefits.... 5. Only six in ten full-time pastors and staff get any type of automobile reimbursement.... CPost
"It’s ironic that the ministry would be asking for funds, because for 21 years, the association ran one of the most successful charitable gaming operations in the Tri-State, making nearly $4 million from weekly bingo games in Kentucky and Ohio."