Simply Tax Episode 22 – Tax Reform for Exempt Organizations

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Part of the TCJA Series

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Guest Rebekuh Eley explains key provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) for exempt organizations in the latest installment of our TCJA series. After a brief overview of the changes affecting exempt organizations—starting at 1:04—Rebekuh addresses the following questions:

  • What’s the new excise tax on executive compensation? @ 4:31
  • Are organizations changing their approaches to compensation agreements? @ 7:43
  • Does this new excise tax apply to state colleges and universities? @ 9:16
  • How does the new excise tax on executive compensation work with related parties? @ 11:07
  • What do exempt organizations need to know about the changes to fringe benefits? @ 13:41
  • How might the changes under the TCJA for individuals affect exempt organizations? @ 19:36
  • How are organizations reacting to the changes of the new tax law? @ 23:51
  • Did the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 include changes for exempt organizations? @ 25:38
  • What’s the top question Rebekuh’s been getting? @ 27:54
  • What are the key takeaways for exempt organizations after tax reform? @ 30:48

BIO FOR GUEST
Rebekuh Eley is a leader in the not-for-profit practice of BKD's Chicago office and part of the tax exempt team. She has focused her career as a consultant on tax exempt organizations, and has a broad tax background encompassing corporate, partnership and individual tax technical knowledge and experience.

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Impact of Tax Reform on Not-for-Profits
Annual Tax Update & 2017 Form 990 Changes 

 


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