Clergy Taxes

Court decision permits clergy members to buy or live in multiple homes tax-free

Tax Break for Clergy Questioned

The U.S. Tax Court ruled that Phil Driscoll, an ordained minister and Grammy Award-winning trumpeter who went to prison for tax evasion, didn’t owe federal income taxes on $408,638 provided to him by his ministry to buy a second home on a lake near Cleveland, Tenn.

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