New Bills Would Repeal Rule Forcing Churches, Charities to Pay Taxes on Employee Benefits

August 3, 2018

Bills have been introduced in both the House and Senate that would repeal a provision in the country's new tax law that makes churches and other nonprofits vulnerable to having to pay new taxes.



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