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.
Calculating Whether Your Higher Education Institution Is an “ALE”
Applicable Large Employers (ALEs) have significant reporting requirements, including Form 1095-C. That means it is crucial for higher education institutions to document whether or not they have more than 50 full-time equivalent (FTE) employees for years beginning with 2014.
Higher Education Tax Data from Our 2016 Survey
See how higher education institutions across the U.S. responded to questions about Applicable Large Employers, Form 1098-T penalty notices, employment of adjunct professors, and much more.
Nonprofits Warned About Email Scam
According to published reports, a number of organizations have received emails from an individual in England who was unknown to the organizations and offered a donation of approximately $30,000. Learn how this scam works.
Minister’s Housing Allowance and Retirement Plan Contributions
The minister's housing allowance is a unique tax component that can provide substantial benefit to qualifying employees. However, many nonprofits don’t realize that including this nontaxable allowance when calculating retirement plan contributions could have significant consequences. Here's what you need to know.
15 Questions Nonprofit Board Members Should Be Able to Answer
If you serve as a nonprofit board member, we recommend that you review the organization’s Form 990 and be informed enough to answer these 15 questions.
Gain Insight from CLA’s Tami Heim at the 2015 Ministry Leadership Seminar
Today's ministry leaders face multiple, fast-moving challenges. Join us at the 2015 Ministry Leadership Seminars for insight and inspiration from Tami Heim, president and CEO of Christian Leadership Alliance, and other expert speakers.
Higher Education Tax Briefs: Key Developments to Be Aware Of
The 2015 Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project takes a look at several interesting and important higher education tax developments.
Insight on Form 990 Data from Our Annual Higher Education Survey
Take a look at some of the Form 990 data we gathered during the 2015 Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project, including average total employees, average current salaries, and average total expenses.
Key Higher Ed Tax Reporting Data from Our Annual Survey
For the sixth year, we’ve surveyed colleges, universities, and seminaries across the U.S. on key tax issues and compiled the data into our Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project white paper. Here’s a look at some of the survey findings.