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Should churches pay tax?
that otherwise would be the job of the government to provide. Therefore, it would be unfair for the government to tax them.
During government shutdowns, federal aid is unavailable to victims of
. While state governments often step up in the immediacy of the aftermath, community organizations, such as churches, step in long-term.
Churches who spend large sums on healthcare or other charitable projects can classify those expenses as such, making those costs tax-exempt. It's called a write-off and major corporations do this all the time.