Secular Coalition For America
Secular Tax Reform
The Senate Finance and House Ways and Means Committees continues to seek public comment on Tax Reform issues and have received approximately 900,000 comments.
We are asking all supporters to please go to taxreform.gov and file a comment regarding the need for churches to file 990 disclosure statements with the IRS, these public comments are limited to 140 characters or less. Not sure of what to say? Take a look at our tax policy page with information on financial disclosures, faith-based initiatives subsidies and the parsonage exemption. There you will find more of our breifing papers, including Secular Tax Reform Lobby Paper, Secular Tax Reform Issue Statement, Comments Submitted to the Charitable/Exempt Organizations Tax Reform Working Group on April 15, 2013. Still not sure what to write? Here’s one suggestion: “Level the playing field for secular and religious nonprofits by requiring the same tax forms and rules for all.