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  • Money – acquiring it, managing it, protecting it, and using it in service of your mission: all of these are vital to the work of your...
  • Stewardship and fundraising undergirds everything that a faith community does and calls us into deeper connection with each other. Below is a list of recommended stewardship resources arranged by category: ...
  • The purpose of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Building Loan, Loan Guarantee, and Grant programs is to facilitate the...
  • General Endowment Resources Sample documents for any congregation establishing an endowment fund, and other useful resources. Unitarian...
  • By UUA Ministries and Faith Development: Office of Church Staff Finances
    A Summary of Basic Considerations The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Office of Church Staff Finances frequently receives...
  • Form a Planned Giving Committee Learn what Planned Giving is (and isn't). Develop a working knowledge of planned gift arrangements. Inform...
  • An interactive retreat for religious and congregational professionals 50 years or older planning to retire in the next ten years. Facilitated by Rev. Larry Peers, a national consultant and clergy coach, along with speakers from the Office of Church Staff Finances and UURMaPA.
  • By UUA Stewardship and Development Staff Group
    Disaster relief grants to our UU congregations and organizations not only help other Unitarian Universalists, they can also support on-the-ground relief efforts through existing partnerships that congregations already have.
  • By Richard Nugent, Jan Gartner
    These recommendations and reminders are provided in order to support you in having meaningful, fruitful conversations with any congregation...
  • IRS Saver's Tax Credit for making eligible contributions to employer-sponsored retirement plan.
  • Plan Recordkeeping Fee The Unitarian Universalist (UU) Organizations Retirement Plan is an IRS qualified 401(a)/401(k) defined contribution...
  • Imagine what our faith would look like if we upheld and centered the history , the perspectives , the voices , and the leadership of Black...
  • By Jan Gartner
    The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law that protects employees by establishing standards for a minimum wage, overtime,...
  • By Jan Gartner
    Boost your confidence in managing ministerial payroll. We’ll help you understand the special tax provisions that apply to ministers—dual...
  • Each individual you compensate is either an employee or an independent contractor. This is a critical legal distinction, with implications...
  • By UUA Ministries and Faith Development: Office of Church Staff Finances
    Unitarian Universalism is grounded in justice, equity, and compassion for others. Let us guide you in ensuring that your congregation is living these values within your own walls through your employment relationships. ...
  • We offer high-quality insurance plans that express our Unitarian Universalist values.
  • Unitarian Universalist organizations practice the values of our faith within their own walls by compensating their staff appropriately and providing access to high-quality benefits. The UUA compensation program and benefit plans are administered by the Office of Church Staff Finances. ...
  • You may also: Download the PDF (74 pages) Request a printed copy. To preserve our natural resources, we have printed a limited number of...
  • The work of Unitarian Universalism requires the gifts and talents of many, not to mention funding. Below are a number of options to reach...
  • By Jan Gartner
    UUA Compensation Consultants are trained volunteers who work under the direction of the Office of Church Staff Finances. This page explains the role and contains a listing of current Compensation Consultants by coverage area.
  • The Task Force is considering issue facing funding our faith because: To ensure the financial health and growth of our congregations in a...
  • Larry Ladd (Chair) lladd [at] uua [dot] org Henry Rauch hrauch [at] uua [dot] org Denise Rimes drimes [at] uua [dot] org Rev. Sarah Stewart...
  • Charge The Annual Program Fund (APF) Task Force is charged to bring to the UUA Board of Trustees a recommendation on how and when to roll...
  • You may also: Download the PDF (74 pages) Request a printed copy. To preserve our natural resources, we have printed a limited number of...
  • Back issues of this newsletter and other employee benefits and compensation news are available here .
  • Participants may withdraw funds upon attainment of: age 59½ or termination of employment or permanent disability or retirement Paperwork...
  • Retirement Date Gone are the days of normal retirement age (NRA) meaning 65 for everyone. Now NRA is 65 or slightly later, depending on...
  • Participants call the Unitarian Universalist (UU)-dedicated toll-free line: (800) 842-2829 at TIAA's National Contact Center. Be prepared...
  • Congregations and UUA-related organizations not currently participating in the Plan may request to join the Plan by making a Board decision...
  • The Unitarian Universalist (UU) Organizations Retirement Plan is an IRS qualified 401(a)/401(k) defined contribution, multiple employer,...
  • Newly Participating Employer/Congregations The date of Plan implementation cannot be retroactive; make a well-considered decision to join...
  • Employers offering this employee benefit plan are responsible for proper and timely determination of each employees' eligibility to receive...
  • It is important to understand what is included in Compensation utilized for calculating Retirement Contributions. The Plan document,...
  • By Linda Rose
    Enroll Upon Hire New hires of Participating Employers are to be provided with the employee enrollment materials on date of hire, along with...
  • By Linda Rose
    Acknowledging the inherent worth of every person requires recognizing their needs as they transition and evolve to new chapters in life. The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) endeavors to ensure that all Unitarian Universalist (UU) employees, in whatever context they may work,...

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