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    Why are Ministries and Churches Tax-Exempt Institutions?

    In the United States, there are over 300,000 religious congregations that ascribe to Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhism, and other faiths, according to the Hartford Institute for Religion Research center. All of the 300,000 places of worship fall under the tax-exempt code for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), referred to as 501(c)(3). This code also applies […]

    Do Trucks Need Stricter Safety Laws and Regulations?

    Both federal and state laws govern the trucking industry. These regulations provide standards that trucking companies, truck owners, and truck drivers must meet. Federally, the agencies that regulate the truck driving industry include the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). On a state level, each state has a […]

    What are the Dangers of Highway Driving?

    When the construction of connected roadways first began, the face of American travel and commerce changed. As more roads were built, the easier it became to transport goods across the country. However, such progress increased vehicle accidents, particularly those involving trucks. Highway accidents routinely account for a large percentage of all traffic accidents, injuries, and […]

    Why Does a Church Need an Attorney?

    Religious institutions of all faiths are generally structured as nonprofit entities and are subject to specific business and accounting standards and responsibilities. Even smaller churches are considered nonprofits because they operate for religious purposes. Any type of religious organization can benefit from legal counsel. While it may seem odd for a church to be involved […]