July 15, 2016
How Your Church Can Comply With The New Overtime Rules
The FLSA requires covered employers to pay "non-exempt" employees at least the minimum wage for each hour worked as well as overtime pay for all hours worked in excess of 40 in a workweek.Federal_FLSA_Exemption GuideIf your exempt employees earn less than the new salary requirement, they will no longer meet... Read More
July 13, 2016
Are You Hiring Temporary Church Employees?
Hiring Temporary EmployeesChurches often have lots of tax and legal questions when hiring temporary employees.Temporary employees are still employees; not independent contractors. An employee working in a church — whether the job is temporary or permanent, part-time or full-time — is an employee of the church. It is illegal for the church to... Read More
July 11, 2016
Is Your Babysitter An Employee?
Who's a Household Employer?The IRS defines a household employer as someone who pays an individual to perform duties in or around their home and has the right to control when, where, how or by whom the work should be performed. Household employees include nannies, senior caregivers, housekeepers, nurses, personal assistants,... Read More