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Religious workers get tax tips at CU seminar

2013-12-13 - Winters Dining Center, 411 N. Columbia Avenue, Campbellsville, KY - Photo CU photo. The Rev. Sid Dye, owner of Religious Workers of America Tax Service, was the featured speaker at the December meeting of the Taylor County Ministerial Association (TCMA) hosted by Campbellsville University and opened by Rev. Michael Caldwell, ministerial association president. Dye said it is very hard for religious workers to keep proper documentation when the church or churches with whom they work may or may not classify them as self-employed and that his agency is able to help. He recommended B. J. Worth’s book, "Income Tax 2013 Edition, as a resource for religious workers. Rev. Dye is father of CU alum and assistant football coach, Josh Dye, and grandparent of Zephaniah Dye, son of Josh and Ahdazsa Dye. - Linda Waggener
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