Employer- and Church-Provided Gifts: When Are They Taxable?

Don’t let the IRS surprise you—or those whom you’re trying to show tangible expressions of love and appreciation—this Christmas.

Many choose the holidays to give gifts to family, friends, coworkers, employees, and volunteers, but most aren’t aware of the potential tax consequences of giving (or receiving) such gifts.

Employers—and in particular churches and other nonprofit ministries—may inadvertently expose themselves or beneficiaries to unwelcome tax ramifications.

As a gift to you in this season of generosity, the National Center for Life and Liberty has prepared a short, clearly understandable gift-tax guide to help put your mind at ease to fully enjoy giving and receiving gifts.

Please download your complimentary copy of our gift-tax guide, "Employer- and Church-Provided Gifts: When Are They Taxable?" to protect you, your employees, volunteers, and others in this season of celebration.

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