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First published in 1996 to provide higher education tax professionals with a comprehensive analysis of the specific federal tax issues and problems faced by colleges and universities, this edition is current through December 31, 2011. It contains a detailed discussion of major college and university tax issues, including unrelated business income, executive compensation, fringe benefits, charitable contribution deductions, scholarships and fellowships, nonresident alien withholding/reporting, and many more.
The following chapters are available in the fourth edition:
Chapter 1: Overview of College & University Taxation
Chapter 2: Unrelated Business Income
Chapter 3: Common Unrelated Business Income Activities
Chapter 4: Employment Taxes
Chapter 5: Fringe Benefits
Chapter 6: Charitable Contribution Deductions
Chapter 7: Scholarships and Fellowships
Chapter 8: Income Tax Withholding and Reporting on Payments to Nonresident Aliens
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Bertrand M. Harding, Jr. is a tax attorney who operates his own law firm in Alexandria, VA, specializing in nonprofit organization tax matters. In addition, he has represented both nonprofit and for-profit clients in connection with IRS audits and other tax controversies. He has a particular expertise in tax issues affecting colleges and universities and has represented many educational institutions in connection with IRS audits. He received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and his law degree from George Washington University. While attending law school, he worked for three years as a Tax Law Specialist for the IRS Exempt Organizations Division. After graduation from law school, he clerked for a Judge Bruce M. Forrester on the United States Tax Court. He then joined the international law firm of Baker & McKenzie and was elected to partner in 1984. He left Baker & McKenzie in 1996 to establish his own law firm.
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