ECFA Resources

The Knowledge Center provides access to hundreds of documents including policies, procedures and research on topics such as charitable gifts, expense reimbursements, board governance, fringe benefits, and much more.
ECFA provides easy-to-read eBooks to help you understand the fundamentals of forming a Charitable Organization, fundamentals of Clergy Social Security, the fundamentals of Clergy Tax, and many more.
You will find the latest ECFA published materials at the ECFAPress.
You will find the latest governance resources, consisting of the Governance Toolbox Series, webinars, governance blog, and the Governance Survey Report.
ECFA’s newest released podcasts include Dan Busby speaking on "The Charitable Giving Deduction and Churches” and “The Fiscal Cliff and the Impact on Churches."
These tax booklets are based on the two full-size books published by Zondervan: The Zondervan 2017 Minister’s Tax & Financial Guide and the Zondervan 2017 Church and Nonprofit Tax & Financial Guide.
2017 Zondervan Tax & Financial Guides are complete with two samples and forms that will assist with filing your 2016 tax returns.
ECFA provides outstanding learning opportunities through exclusive 60-minute online/telephone webinars covering the latest developments and issues affecting churches and nonprofits.
Stay up-to-date on the most recent news relating to Capitol Hill, Church and Clergy, Commission on Policy and Accountability for Religious Organizations, Court Issues, Fraud, Giving, Governance, and the IRS.
ECFA provides compensation survey information for the top positions for churches and other nonprofit organizations.
ECFA annually sponsors three nonprofit surveys and three church surveys. Nonprofit and church leaders find these resources helpful to their senior staff and board for discussion starters regarding best practices of similar organizations.
Unable to attend an ECFA webinar? Visit the webinars-on-demand page for all previously recorded webinars covering the latest developments and issues affecting churches and nonprofits.

 

 


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