Would a Webinar Help?

We are receiving so many questions about tax issues and the Affordable Care Act, as well as a variety of other issues such as the ministerial housing allowance, we are discussing the benefit of having a webinar where our President, Art Rhodes, would address your questions – and allow you a live format to submit questions on various topics related to all these issues that are impacting ministers and churches, as well as on retirement planning.

The proposed idea calls for conducting the webinar in early to mid-March to allow the tax questions to be asked well in advance of April 15. But before we go to the expense and effort of putting on this webinar event, we need you to help us answer a few questions:

  • Do you think such an event would be beneficial?
  • Would you participate by logging into the webinar?
  • Would you rather see the webinar – probably an hour in length – conducted during the workday or during the evening – say 7:00 pm ET?
  • Do you have topics you would like for Art to address?

Would you give us your feedback on this idea of conducting a webinar by sending a quick note to us at info@benefitsboard.com? Your comments and insights would be invaluable as we try to serve you better.

About benefitsboard

Art Rhodes is the President and CEO of the Church of God Benefits Board, Inc. - the administrator of the Ministers' Retirement Plan and the Church Loan Fund, Inc. The corporate offices of the Benefits Board are in Cleveland, TN.
This entry was posted in 02 - February 2015, Health Care, Informational Manuals, Internal Revenue Service, Ministers, Pay Roll Taxes, Retirement Contributions, Retirement Distributions, Tax Information. Bookmark the permalink.

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