Churches tax implications

by Ray
(Grand Junction, Co)

What are the tax implications for churches that allow a cell tower to be put on its property?

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Jul 23, 2011
Church cell tower tax question
by: Tower Genius

In most cases so long as long as you are following the IRS regulations you are not hit with any type of property taxes, but there is a minimum IRS tax that you do have to pay n the leasing values. To actually calculate and figure out what you obligation is you would need to talk to your CPA.

Cell tower leasing is not something to be afraid of and is a great source of funding for many churches. To make sure though that you are getting the best deal possible please call us we would love to help your church.

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