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Additional Guidance Provided on Separating Unrelated Businesses Activities

Learn more about additional guidance regarding separating unrelated business activities.

Coronavirus Small Business Financial Relief Ohio Update

Learn what financial relief programs are available in Ohio in response to the coronavirus pandemic and how to apply for grants and more.
Gene Logan | 12.18.2019

An End to the Upside Down World of Taxing Expenses?

Recent developments in Washington are providing hope that exempt organizations might be getting a surprise holiday present. Lawmakers and administration

IRS Guidance on Parking Expenses for Qualified Transportation Fringes Provides Opportunities for Exempt Organizations

The IRS has released Notice 2018-99, which provides interim guidance to tax-exempt organizations as to how unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) is
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Internal Revenue Service Seeking Comments on Proposed Changes to Donor Advised Funds

On December 4, 2017, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Notice 2017-73, wherein the agency describes the approaches it’s considering in addressing

Siloing of Unrelated Business Income Is Creating Many Questions for Tax-Exempt Organizations

“Siloing” is the term being used to describe the 2017 tax reform change that requires exempt organizations to separate each of their unrelated

Tax Reform Changes to Charitable Deduction

As promised, the House-Senate Conference Committee on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has preserved the deduction for charitable contributions. The new law actually
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Gene Logan | 10.31.2017

Trigger Question on the Rebuttable Presumption for Executive Compensation

The Tax-Exempt and Government Entities section of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has indicated that it will be using data-driven decision-making to
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Department of Labor Issues Final Rule on Overtime for White-Collar Workers

On Wednesday May 18, 2016, the Department of Labor (Department) issued the new Final Rule for Overtime for Exempt White-Collar Workers (Final Rule). The

What Items Should a Nonprofit Board Review Annually?

On an annual basis, there are a number of issues involving governance and management that a nonprofit’s board of directors should review. Among the
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