2013 Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project
See how the participants in our 2013 survey responded to questions about chapel services, conflict of interest policy updates, the use of outside vendors for food services, receipt of non-cash gifts, youth summer camps, sports programs and more. We also provide key points from the IRS's Colleges and Universities Compliance Project Final Report.
2013 Higher Education Update Addendum
This Addendum to our 2013 Higher Education Update provides information on the most recent higher education developments, including developments on the disruptive innovation front, the rapid increase in regulation, and results from the Association of Governing Boards (AGB) Survey of Higher Education Governance.
2013 Higher Education Update
The 2013 edition of this annual update provides recommendations on dealing with the uncertain economic future, including insight on tuition increases, cost controls, and endowment spending.
2012 Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project
Our 2012 Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project survey asked colleges, universities, and seminaries across the country questions on a range of topics. This includes unrelated business activities assessment, periodical-type publications, land gifts, construction or leasing of new dorm space, and other questions with tax implications.
2012 Higher Education Update
This edition looks at the impact of the economy and then explores six major themes influencing higher education today, including the effect of regulation, tuition discounts, and the role of social policy in the public arena.
2011 Higher Education Tax Reporting Trends Project
This unique statistical review provides benchmarking data and valuable editorial information about how colleges and universities are handling myriad tax issues, including cell phone tower rental income, presidential housing, state-issued college license plates, and more.
2011 Higher Education Tax Update
A look at key higher education tax reporting trends issues, including supplemental information on tax-exempt bonds, who has to file Form 990, and the "de-listing" of cell phones.