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Clergy Tax Seminar

Location: Barrington UMC, 98 Algonquin Road, Barrington, IL


 

Taxes

Tuesday, February 19, 1:00 pm
Cost $10

Seeking clarity on clergy taxes?

Our seminar instructor will be Ellen Feliciano, an Enrolled Agent and a Master Tax Advisor with H&R Block. Ellen has been preparing taxes professionally for 9 years. Her areas of expertise include clergy taxes, sole proprietor taxes, investment income, healthcare expenses, and retirement income. She worked as a Project Manager in the insurance industry for many years before preparing taxes.

Ellen is a member of Urban Village Church and serves as co-District Lay Leader in the Chicago Northwestern District. She will present important and timely information, including:

  • Changes from the Tax Cut and Jobs Act
  • Planning your compensation package
  • Reporting income
  • Deductions
  • Clergy housing allowance exclusion
  • Professional expenses
  • Tax planning
  • The importance of UMPIP and other pension issues
     

You may pay by check or credit card. Please register and pay before arrival.

Call the Foundation office with any questions: 312.334.0704, ccook@umfnic.org

Click here for more information and to register

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