Should US churches lose their tax-exempt status? | The Tylt
There are 335,000 religious congregations in the country that own $600 billion in property—yet they pay no federal, state, local, income, sales, or property tax. This religious tax exemption causes the US to lose $71 billion in potential tax revenue annually. However, supporters of the exemption say keeping churches tax-exempt reinforces the separation between church and state and allows them to do charitable work. What do you think? Scroll down to read more and VOTE!
Should US churches lose their tax-exempt status?