Church Internal Controls

Having consistent internal controls set in place is a fundamental practice in stewarding church funds for the mission. Internal controls also provide protection to the employees. Although employees might push back against unsupported accusations of fraud that could arise, small consistent policies and procedures can help protect employees and the church.

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It’s a Matter of Perspective

Every person within a team has a valuable perspective. Part of our perspectives are formulated by the roles and responsibilities that we have. While another big aspect is shaped by personal experiences, behaviors, realizations, and aspirations.

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Five Common HUD Findings

As a result of having a HUD-insured mortgage loan, there are rules and regulations that need to be followed to remain in compliance. When certain requirements are violated, the result can be a finding in the annual audit to be filed with Real Estate Assessment Center (REAC) within the Financial Subsystem Assessment (FASSUB).

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In-Kind Contributions

Gifts or donations given to your organization are synonymously referred to as contributions or in-kind contributions. In this blog we will offer procedures that will help you set your financials up well and strengthen your relationships with donors and the community you serve.

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HUD Surplus Cash – For-Profit

For-profit HUD projects are given the opportunity two times a year to distribute surplus cash to the owners involved in the property. These biannual distributions always depend on calculating the property’s surplus cash and must be in correspondence to the guidelines established in the HUD regulatory agreement.

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