In 2017 numerous changes were made to the Internal Revenue Code under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that affected both individuals and business. In return the effects on individuals have a direct effect upon tax exempt organization and can affect the amount of donations to these organizations. Furthermore, there were several changes that have a direct impact on tax exempt organizations themselves.
Please join Robb Longman as he discusses the effect of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on individuals and nonprofits. He will discuss changes to executive compensation and the excise taxes that can affect tax exempt organizations, changes to employee fringe benefits, and Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT) changes. These issues may have a direct impact on your nonprofit.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- The effect on donations to tax exempt organizations due to the increase in the standard deduction and the increase in the lifetime exclusion.
- Effect of executive compensation excise taxes as they are now applied to tax exempt organizations.
- Changes to fringe benefits offers to employees and what can still be deducted by the tax-exempt organization.
- The ability of tax exempt organizations to still deduct net operating losses from Unrelated business income tax (UBIT).
- AND MUCH MORE!
YOUR CONFERENCE LEADER
Your conference leader for “Tax Reform Bill of 2017 and Its Impact on Tax Exempt Organizations” is Robb Longman. Mr. Longman is a managing member at the Bethesda, Maryland law firm Longman & Van Grack, LLC. Mr. Longman practice areas include representing non-profits and business in business matters, tax planning and litigation, as well as estate planning. Mr. Longman regularly assists businesses with the drafting of corporate documents, drafting contracts, negotiating contracts, addressing employee agreements, and formulating succession planning. Additionally, Mr. Longman has successfully represented many business, individuals, and non-profits before the Internal Revenue Service and state taxing agencies. Mr. Longman represents his clients in tax audits, in the United States Tax Court, the Maryland Tax Court. He is currently the Secretary of the American Bar Association’s Tax Section and has been the Chair of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Tax Section.