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Tax Exempt Advisory Committee Weighs In on Current Issues

The Advisory Committee on Tax Exempt and Government Entities (ACT) fosters public discussion of issues relevant to tax-exempt and government entities,

Congressional Research Service Releases Tax Policy Options on College Endowments

Educational institution endowments have come under attack from all sides lately. Whether it is the new excise tax on net investment income, a Congressman

New Revenue Procedure for Contributors Making Donation to Tax-Exempt Organizations

New Revenue Procedure 2018-32 modifies, consolidates and supersedes Rev. Proc. 81-6, Rev Proc. 81-7, Rev. Proc. 89-23 and Rev. Proc. 2011-33 in providing

IRS Clarifies Treatment of Transportation Fringe Benefits for Tax-Exempt Employers

The IRS recently released subsequent guidance on an issue we discussed in a previous Our Thoughts On article (see here). In late March, the agency updated

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IRS Releases FAQs on Family Medical Leave Act Credit

The IRS recently posted to its website FAQs regarding the new Internal Revenue Code Section 45S, "Employer Credit for Paid Family and Medical Leave"

How Do You Measure the Success of Your Retirement Plan?

This article was co-written by Miles Gibson. There can never be enough questions for your Investment Committee to ask as it reviews your organization’s

Slowdown in International Enrollments Affecting U.S. Colleges and Universities

Many higher education institutions have their financial challenges these days, thanks in part to a saturated market, an increase in online education programs

Three May Be Better Than Four

With many potential college students and their families questioning the necessity and benefit of committing four years of time and money to earn an undergraduate

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Higher Education: So Many Costs, But Not All Qualify for Each of the Tax Benefit Programs

With multiple credits/deductions/education savings programs available to those of us with children in college, it’s confusing to know which costs

Will Higher Education Prosper from the PROSPER Act?

Last week, while most Americans were following Congress’ latest actions on tax reform, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and

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