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This free webinar explains federal tax rules of interest to churches and religious organizations. Watch this webinar to learn:
• When it comes to taxes, what is a “church?”
• What is a “religious organization?”
• How do you apply for tax exempt status?
• How to stay exempt: Do’s and don’ts
• Special rules for compensation of ministers
• Recordkeeping and filing
• Rules limiting an IRS audit of a church
“Isaac’s Circumcision” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
[JURIST][JURIST] A German court ruled [press release, in German] Tuesday that circumcising young boys based on religious traditions is prohibited even if the parents consent to the procedure. The Cologne state court [official website, in German] addressed the issue of whether to criminalize the circumcision of Muslim and Jewish children and reasoned that a child’s right to physical integrity is above the freedom of religion and parents’ rights. The case involved a doctor who carried out a circumcision on a four-year-old Muslim boy on his parents’ request. . [more].
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IRS Strengthens ITIN Application Requirements; Interim Changes Will Protect the Integrity of the ITIN Process
The Internal Revenue Service today announced important interim changes to strengthen its procedures for issuing Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) from now through the end of the year. Designed specifically for tax-administration purposes, ITINs are only issued to people who are not eligible to obtain a Social Security Number.
(CBS News) KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Every day, battered women go to domestic violence shelters in this country.
But sometimes, they don’t stay because they’re not allowed to keep their pets with them.
That was the rule at a shelter in Kansas City, until one victim and her heroic dog needed help.
The rules have now changed. And so has the shelter.
A new study found no evidence that health care costs in Texas dipped after a 2003 constitutional amendment limited payouts in medical malpractice lawsuits, despite claims made to voters by some backers of tort reform. The researchers, who include University of Texas law professor Charles Silver, examined Medicare spending in Texas counties and saw no reduction in doctors’ fees for seniors and disabled patients between 2002 and 2009.