Tax Books from the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (EFCA)
Minister's Tax and Financial Guide – This booklet covers a variety of topics related to ministerial finances, as well as step-by-step guidelines for completing federal income tax returns.
Church & Nonprofit Tax & Financial Guide – This resource for church treasurers/administrators contains assistance on topics like IRS filings, compensation planning, and more.
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| Value of Connection flyer
The Value of Connection - How churches and districts working together provide support for almost 17,000 ministers and church-employed laypersons through giving to the P&B Fund.
| Certified Languages Interpretation (CLI) service
Have Questions about Taxes, Compensation, or Retirement? Phone calls to P&B USA (888-888-4656) can be translated into all major languages spoken in the United States through the services of Certified Languages International. Learn more about it.
|Certified Languages Interpretation (CLI) service - Spanish - Interpretación certificada de idioma|
|Certified Languages Interpretation (CLI) service - Portuguese - Idioma Certificado de Interpretação|
|Certified Languages Interpretation (CLI) service - Korean - 공인 언어 통역|
|Certified Languages Interpretation (CLI) service - Mandarin - 認可語言翻譯|
|Certified Languages Interpretation (CLI) service - French - Interprétation linguistique certifiée|
|P&B Provided Benefits – Spanish - Guía de beneficios provistos — P&B|
| Benefit Summary Brochure
Pensions and Benefits USA is a partner in ministry to the more than 17,000 faithful ministers and church-employed laypersons and families who serve thousands of Nazarenes in churches across the USA. With a variety of services—such as life and disability insurance and retirement benefit plans—we are also a source of tax and benefit information for ministers at every stage of their career—from first pastorate through retirement.
| How To Verify Your Account
Instructions for verifying your Nazarene Account which is required to view the MyProfile application.
|Theology of Thrift|
| Your Retirement Planning
Retirement is changing. In prior years, it used to mean one needed to learn to live with less of everything. That included reduced finances as well as diminished health, mobility, opportunities for service, and a sense of significance. Today, this is becoming less of what we see in retired clergy. Many have planned well from the earliest days of ministry and are now putting the finishing touches on those plans.