Paying tithing as an inactive member

Paying tithing as an inactive member

I am an inactive member of the church, I believe in tithing and I want to pay my tithing even though I am retired. Will the church accept my tithe even though I am inactive? Janet ____________ Yes! By the way, in my opinion, there’s no better way to show an...
Tithes

Tithes

We are in a bad financial situation. Our bills add up to exactly what we make and for food. If we tithe we cant buy food. We can’t sell our house because we are upside down 80,000 dollars. Our bishop we contacted and he is coming over in a couple weeks to...
Should I pay tithing on death benefits?

Should I pay tithing on death benefits?

Question   Gramps, Should you tithe on life insurance death benefits? Karen   Answer   Karen, There are many instances where paying tithing on what can seem like a windfall, is very appropriate. The sale of a home with significant appreciation, should...
Do I tithe on this?

Do I tithe on this?

Hi there! Thank you so much for your time. My question is, I just came out of a program called Mercy ministries I have no job, no income, and am barely getting by. I just received social assistance and it is less then what my rent is supposed to be, I want to tithe...
Should money received as child support be tithed?

Should money received as child support be tithed?

Question   Gramps, When calculating income for tithing, should one include money received as child support? Anon   Answer   Dear Anon, Tithing is 1/10th of your increase or income. However, these funds are meant to be used in the support of your...
Do we pay tithing on gross or net income?

Do we pay tithing on gross or net income?

Question   Gramps, Do we pay our tithing from our gross income or our net income? In other words, 10% of income before taxes, medical benefit premiums, retirement, etc. are subtracted, or 10% after these things are deducted? I want to be honest with the Lord....
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