Is it possible to pay tithing without the bishopric/clerks seeing the amount?

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Roy
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Re: Is it possible to pay tithing without the bishopric/clerks seeing the amount?

Post by Roy » 18 Mar 2019, 09:18

Good luck Tyler,

I hope that all goes well. I respect you and your efforts to provide for your small family. This is a noble quest.
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Re: Is it possible to pay tithing without the bishopric/clerks seeing the amount?

Post by lotsofgray » 18 Mar 2019, 18:51

You can pay “in-kind” tithing direct to salt lake and this includes cash if you like. Or securities or cars,boats,gulfstream jets — anything the church can sell. And you can tell your ward clerk or bishop you paid “in kind” to doc - they don’t get a record of it locally.

You can then say “I gave at the (hq) office” :).

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