You may have heard on the news recently that the Department of Labor has proposed changes to overtime regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Some of the proposed changes include an increase to the salary limit for being considered an exempt employee and some changes in flexibility allowed with work schedules for many employees…. Continue Reading→
Please follow the links to read the Pension and Insurance newsletters for July 2015.
This is a reminder for all churches that 2014 audit reports are due on August 1st. The Report of the Annual Audit (also known as the Fund Balance Report) can be found by logging in to the Online Data Collection System and clicking the Annual Reports link. Download the Local Church Audit Guide for helpful… Continue Reading→
The NC Conference Committee on Nominations is accepting applications and nominations for vacancies on various conference committees. The open positions are listed on the Nominations page along with the on-line application to serve. We appreciate your prayerful consideration of serving in ministry through work on these committees. If you know someone else who may be… Continue Reading→
A committee of retired clergy has been formed to consider input from retirees on their health insurance reimbursement accounts and their experiences with the current retiree health benefit. Committee members include Jerry Cribb, Jimmy Cummings, Roger Elliott, Rachel Moser and Carrie Parrish. In addition to these retired clergy, representatives from the Insurance Committee and the… Continue Reading→
Registration for the Clergy Benefits Seminar has been extended through Wednesday, March 25th! Complete the online registration form to join this exciting event where attendees will build confidence in understanding their benefit plans and learn how to maximize those benefits for their and their families’ financial and physical wellbeing.
The Clergy Benefits Seminar will be held on April 23 & 24 in Wilmington. Online registration for the event is available here. Visit the Pension page for more details.
We are thankful for the continuing evidence of God’s abundant blessings in the NC Conference. The Conference Treasurer’s Office has closed out the 2014 apportionment year and is happy to report 91.88% of the budget apportioned during 2014 was received from local churches. Out of 788 churches receiving apportionments, 82% of them (648) paid 100%… Continue Reading→
A discussion group exists for those interested in local church finance topics. This group is here so you can discuss issues with your peers at other local churches. This group was requested by local church treasurers because of the need for an easy way to ask each other questions about local church policy and procedures, accounting… Continue Reading→