Solving 4 Common Church Payroll Challenges

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Solving 4 Common Church Payroll Challenges

Most people outside of the church administration don’t know how much goes into keeping the lights on and making their members feel welcome. A team of volunteers and employees work to keep the space clean, provide services to the community, and handle the technical aspects of running a church. One of the most cumbersome (and confusing) jobs fall to the accounting and payroll staff. Balancing who gets paid and for what comes with extra levels of complexity, especially when it comes to flat pay agreements, housing, and volunteer hours. Check out below a few common payroll mistakes that are unique to churches and how they can be resolved.