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Introduction to Basic Business Practices in the Church

November 30 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Monday, repeating until December 14, 2020

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Introduction to Basic Business Practices in the Church

All events will be held by ZOOM, the link will be provided when you preregister.
Please preregister to join any of these dates:

Week 1 (October 19)
Entity setup and governing documents of a church

Week 2 (October 26)
Missional Work of SBC – Organizational structure and operational mechanisms for greater Kingdom work in light of the SBC

Week 3 (November 2)
Accounting process, Financial Statements, and Software

Week 4 (November 9)
Budgeting Process, Internal Controls, and roles within the church

Week 5 (November 16)
Risk Management and Financial Management

Week 6 (November 23)
Taxes and Governmental Reporting

Week 7 (November 30)
Pastoral Compensation and Employee Compensation

Week 8 (December 7)
Ministerial Tax Return

Week 9 (December 14)
2020 Finance and Tax Changes

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Event Information

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November 30 @ 7:00 pm

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Online – Zoom


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About the Speaker

Mike Martin

Assistant Executive Director of Business and Finance

This training will be hosted and led by Mike Martin, HPBC Assistant Executive Director for Business and Finance. Mike provides leadership and oversight for the business aspect of HPBC resources. He also serves our churches in the business aspect of ministry. Mike's experience includes serving as a Tax Trainer, Chair of a College Business Department, Assistant Area Manager, Controller, and Business Manager in several different organizations. He is currently an Enrolled Agent (EA) which is the highest professional certification recognized by the IRS in taxation. In 2013, he started Malakina Accounting Services to meet the needs of individuals and small businesses in the areas of accounting and tax preparation focusing on church finance and ministerial taxation. Mike has been an adjunct professor or associate professor at several universities teaching in the areas of leadership, management, entrepreneurship, accounting, and taxation. Mike provides leadership and oversight for the business aspect of HPBC resources. He also serves our churches in the business aspect of ministry.