IRS to Allow Schools to Publicize Nondiscrimination Policies Online
May 15, 2019 - Tax-exempt schools will now have three options for publicizing nondiscrimination policies. Here's what you need to know.
Racial Nondiscrimination Certification for Tax-Exempt Schools
Every tax-exempt school must annually certify to the IRS that it does not discriminate on the basis of race. Here’s what you need to know.
2019 Higher Education Tax Update
Get up to speed on the many recent higher ed tax changes with the CapinCrouse 2019 Higher Education Tax Update. We provide insight on the key issues.
403(b) Plan Sponsors Can Self-Correct Plan Provisions through March 31, 2020
April 23, 2019 - If your nonprofit sponsors a 403(b) retirement plan with provisions that fail to meet Internal Revenue Code requirements, you can correct it. Here are the required steps.
IRS Provides Clarification on Moving Expense Reporting for the 2018 Form W-2
April 2, 2019 - The IRS has provided guidance for reporting moving expenses incurred in 2017 but paid or reimbursed in 2018 on the 2018 Form W-2.
Dual-Use Property Issues
A look at what dual-use facilities are, and some tax considerations.
2019 Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project Now Available
March 28, 2019 - Last year's many tax changes could continue to have an impact throughout 2019 and beyond. In this new resource, we've surveyed higher education institutions across the nation on top tax-related issues and distilled the data down to the pertinent points and considerations for you.
2019 Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project
The 2019 edition of our annual white paper features survey results and insight related to the parking tax, Qualified Opportunity Zones, and more. Download your free copy of this informative white paper.
Webcast for Nonprofits: Top Nonprofit Tax Issues: Minister’s Housing Allowance, Parking Tax and More
May 2, 2019 - There are several recent nonprofit tax updates and issues to be aware of. This webcast provides an overview of the issues, key takeaways and considerations, and a look at what might be ahead.
Seventh Circuit Rules the Clergy Housing Allowance is Constitutional
March 15, 2019 - The Seventh Circuit has ruled that the clergy housing allowance is constitutional. We will probably know within the next 90 days or so whether the Supreme Court will agree to hear an appeal.