IRS compliance is increasingly more complex and expensive for colleges and universities. The annual, online- only subscription for A Guide to FEDERAL TAX ISSUES for Colleges and Universities is the one place business officers can turn for practical suggestions. There are countless examples illustrating actual campus tax administration, such as allocation of income and expenses for UBIT, bonds compliance, determining executive compensation, and addressing withholding and reporting taxes related to nonresident aliens, to name a few.
A Guide to FEDERAL TAX ISSUES for Colleges and Universities provides plain language explanations of relevant tax laws and regulations -- in addition to guidance on understanding and completing Form 990 and its accompanying schedules -- to college and university business officers. Packed with checklists, forms and other practical tools and available on a subscription-only basis, FEDERAL TAX ISSUES:
- Access to regularly updated narrative sections online, featuring chapters written by nationally recognized college and university tax experts that cover 19 areas of tax management and administration for higher education institutions. Updated and revised regularly, the narrative sections are structured for easy reference.
- Federal Tax News for Colleges and Universities, a monthly newsletter written by tax specialists from the law firm of Morgan Lewis, led by Celia Roady, Esq., and Greg Needles, Esq., to brief you on all news and guidance from IRS, as well as key legislative developments. You’ll receive an electronic version (PDF) via email, plus, it’s posted on the website along with three years of back issues that are archived for easy research and retrieval.
- An interactive Web tool, IRS Form 990: Commentary, Forms and Instructions, with detailed commentary specific to private institutions and public university foundations, and links between passages of Form 990, its accompanying schedules and IRS instructions, to help you understand and complete the revised Form 990. Prepared by the CPA firm of Crowe Horwath LLP, Chicago, it contains comprehensive updates for the 2012 Tax Year.
- These practical benefits:
- A complimentary site license, allowing multiple users on campus to access the information for one low price, saving your team time and money.
- Government documents — organized links to the original source documents conveniently located in one place to facilitate your research.
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