News & Articles

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FCMM Names New President

Ric Stanghelle will become FCMM President January 1, 2018.
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NEW Benefit Program: Long Term Care Insurance

FCMM has partnered with a leading Long Term Care Insurance (LTCI) agency to help you address planning and providing care for potential needs.
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UPDATED: New (Limited) Relief for Small Employers to Pay Individual Health Insurance

A new "Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement" (QESHRA) was enacted in December 2016. The QSEHRA lifts part of the ACA prohibition against employer payment of individual health insurance premiums and may be an appropriate solution for some employers.
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Access Your Account Online: Downloadable Statements and More

Retirement Plan quarterly statements, online updating of account values, and transaction details may be viewed at participant Account Access.
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Approaching age 70? Here's what you need to know about RMDs...

Starting in the year you reach 70 1/2, the IRS requires you to begin subjecting a portion of your deferred retirement savings to possible income tax.
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Distribution Options within FCMM Retirement Plan (Updated 6/9/2017)

When it’s time to draw retirement benefits, you have several choices to meet your circumstances.
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FCMM President Enters Last Year

Ross Morrison announces retirement
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Video workshop on Minister Tax and Finance

Understanding the basics to become clergy tax savvy.
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What Could Be Better Than a Roth?

For the minister, elective contributions to a church retirement plan can avoid taxation when invested and then avoid taxation when distributed as housing allowance.
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New Overtime Rules Affect Employers - but Enforcement Placed on Hold

Nonprofit organizations are generally subject to the regulations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
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Legacy Pension Plan ("Option A") To Be Merged into Retirement Plan

Action marks end of defined benefit plan.
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IRS Moves Up Employer W-2 Filing Deadline

Starting in 2017, the Internal Revenue Service will require employers to file their copies of Form W-2 by January 31.

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