Nonprofit Issues Newsletter, Winter 2017
Learn the top cybersecurity myths and how to overcome them, the elements of a well-drafted gift acceptance policy, best practices for successful nonprofit mergers, and more.
Webcast for Nonprofits: Accepting Contributions of Business Interests, Real Property, and Collectibles
May 25, 2017 - Learn the ins and outs of accepting contributions of business interests (such as closely-held business stock, LLC interests, and partnership interests), real property, and collectibles (such as art).
Key Federal Tax Figures for 2017
January 19, 2017 - Download or print our 2017 Key Federal Tax Figures summary for use as a reference tool throughout the year.
Report Gift Cards on Form W-2 for Employees
The IRS recently clarified the rules for reporting gift cards given to employees on Form W-2. Check out this example and an explanation of the rules.
Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR) Filing Date Change
The due date for filing FinCEN Form 114, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR), has changed from June 30 to April 15 beginning with 2016 calendar year reports.
IRS Extends Due Date for Some ACA Reporting Requirements
November 22, 2016 - The IRS has extended one of the due dates for 2016 information reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act to give employers, insurers, and other providers additional time to gather and prepare the necessary information.
Nonprofit Issues Newsletter, Fall 2016
A look at how to prepare for the pending FASB financial reporting standards and Department of Labor overtime rule changes, insight on the new AICPA Not-for-Profit Certificate Program, and more.
Webcast for Nonprofits: 2016 Not-for-Profit Tax Year-End Review
December 15, 2016 - 2016 was an interesting year for exempt organization tax issues. This session summarizes the most important of the many changes and looks toward 2017.
Webcast for Nonprofits: Where Do You Stand with UBIT?
September 22, 2016 - This one-hour webcast looks at the unrelated business income tax (UBIT) “happenings” in 2016. We also survey areas and activities where unrelated business income can hide, expand upon procedures you can implement to ensure compliance with the IRS’s requirements, and give a brief history of Form 990-T and what the future may hold for this return.
Foreign Operations Reporting
The IRS has an extensive reporting structure for foreign activities by U.S. individuals and corporations. Nonprofit corporations, religious workers, and churches are not exempt.