Zondervan 2018 Minister’s Tax and Financial Guide
For years, ministers have trusted the Zondervan Minister’s Tax and Financial Guide to save them time and money. This easy-to-understand workbook simplifies the tax code and offers dozens of tips to reduce your tax bill. For 2018, the guide includes a line-by-line explanation of the 1040 Form as well as information on recent changes in the tax code. Dan Busby also explains the easy steps you can take now to minimize next year’s tax bill. This 2018 edition also includes sound retirement planning helps, compensation planning guidance, and ways to maximize business expense reimbursements. Zondervan 2018 Minister’s Tax and Financial Guide is also useful to church treasurers, business administrators, and tax preparers who assist ministers.
About the Authors
Dan Busby has a Master’s degree in business from Emporia State University and he has worked as controller of a university medical center, partner-founder of a CPA firm, and chief financial officer for a religious denomination. He currently serves as the president with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), Winchester, Virginia, and he is coauthor of The Christian's Guide to Worry-Free Money Management. He has been an author of the Zondervan tax guides for 28 years has authored or coauthored many other books, including TRUST, Lessons From the Nonprofit Boardroom, and Lessons From the Church Boardroom.
Michael Martin is an attorney with a Juris Doctor from Regent University School of Law, where he was editor-in-chief of the Regent University Law Review, and has an undergraduate degree from Oral Roberts University. He is passionate about helping churches and other Christ-centered organizations comply with ECFA standards. He currently serves as vice president and legal counsel for ECFA, Winchester, Virginia.
John Van Drunen is an attorney and a certified public accountant with a Juris Doctor from Regent University School of Law and accounting degree from Anderson University. He has devoted much of his time to working in tax-exempt tax policy and other nonprofit related matters. He currently serves as executive vice president and general counsel for ECFA, Winchester, Virginia.