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IRS Releases Final Report in Connection with Colleges and Universities Compliance Project

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently released its final report in connection with its Colleges and Universities Compliance Project. The initiative ... read more >

Group Ruling Questionnaire

Tax|Not-for-Profit

By Tod Wilson

The IRS is asking a group of 2,000 501(c)(3) central organizations with group exemptions to complete an on-line questionnaire in order to help the IRS ... read more >

Cities Ask Colleges and Hospitals to Pitch In

Not-for-Profit

By Tod Wilson

Faced with ongoing budget shortfalls, city leaders all over the country are asking 501(c)(3)s to pitch in. Nationwide, colleges, universities and tax-exempt ... read more >

Tips for Year-End Giving

Not-for-Profit

By Tod Wilson

This being the holiday season, most folks are in a giving mood. As such, let’s take a moment to review some of the tax rules related to charitable ... read more >

Tax-Exempt Organizations Eligible for Small Business Healthcare Tax Credit

Not-for-Profit

By Tod Wilson

Beginning January 1, 2010, eligible small businesses, including tax-exempt organizations, may take a refundable credit to cover the cost of employees’ ... read more >

Deadline to Claim First - Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Rapidly Approaching

Tax

By Tod Wilson

The tax credit for first-time homebuyers, as expanded and updated by The Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009, will expire soon. To qualify for the credit, taxpayers have until April 30, 2010 to purchase a new home or enter into a binding contact.... read more >

The Cell Phone Problem

A week after the publication of IRS Notice 2009-46 requesting comments on several proposals to simplify procedures for reporting personal use of employer-provided cell phones, IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman released a statement asking Congress to permanently fix the problem... read more >