Fringe Benefits

Ministers cannot exclude parsonage allowance for more than one home.

An Appeals court says in a case involving a minister who received a stipend that covered both his primary residence and a second home he owned on a lake.  A divide Tax Court had said that the tax law’s exemption of a parsonage allowance used to provide a home could be ready to apply to more than one residence.  However, the Appeals Court unanimously rejected that interpretation (Driscoll, 11th Cir.).

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