A parsonage allowance, also known as rental or housing allowance, is a financial allotment designated by the church to its minister to offset their housing costs. Parsonage allowance is also tax-exempt from a minister’s gross income. It is important to note that the term “minister” in this case encompasses all faiths as defined by the […]
Month: April 2022
Can a Pedestrian be at Fault in a Car Accident?
It is usually thought that pedestrians have the right of way and, in many cases, this is true. However, it is not a hard and fast rule as a pedestrian can take action, or inaction, which may put them at fault for a car accident. Both drivers and pedestrians have legal responsibilities. They both must […]
How Can I Park My Car Safely on the Street?
Street parking may seem trivial, but for millions of Americans, securing and paying for parking is a constant struggle, particularly in large urban areas. Over 35 percent of households do not have garages or carports to safely park their cars and must find parking on a public street or pay to rent a spot in […]
How Can I Travel Safely on Easter?
Easter weekend is one of the most-traveled holiday weekends all year, making it one with high accident rates as a result. Good Friday, the start of Passover, and spring break for many, all converge on the same weekend, putting tens of thousands more vehicles on the roads. With many school districts and higher education institutions […]