Foreign Travelling Pastor Bookkeeping

Pastor Bookkeeping

Pastor Bookkeeping

I do the bookkeeping for a consultant/pastor and she travels oversees to minister/teach. She never requires or asks for any compensation when she goes, but if she receives money does she have to claim that as income?

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Bookkeeping For Pastors Compensation
by: Stephanie

Thank you for your question about bookkeeping for a pastor who travels oversees to minister/teach.

Traveling pastors/ministers are typically considered to be independent contractors (self-employed) under the common law.

When a minister performs ministerial services, all of the earnings, including wages, offerings, and fees that are received for performing marriages, baptisms, funerals, etc., are subject to income tax.

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