2019 Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project
With the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, questions about the “parking tax,” the new financial reporting standards in FASB ASU 2016-14 and more, there were many changes in 2018 that could continue to impact your institution throughout 2019 and beyond. We’ve distilled the key higher education tax updates down to the pertinent points and considerations so you can make informed decisions for your institution.print
In the tenth edition of our annual Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project, we surveyed colleges and universities across the U.S. about:
- Designated “employee only” parking spaces
- Qualified Opportunity Zones
- Unrelated business income tax from “alternative investments”
- Functional expense reporting and disclosure
Download your free copy of this informative white paper to learn more.