How Tax Reform Could Impact Tax-Exempt Organizations
Are you confused about how the tax changes may impact your nonprofit? Join us to get clarity from an expert team of CPAs!
- Understand tax reform changes to unrelated business income
- Identify fringe benefits and compensation affected by tax reform
- Discuss timing of changes and implementation
In this session we'll discuss potential impacts of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on a variety of tax-exempt organizations. We’ll highlight relevant aspects of the legislation, including changes to:
- Fringe benefits and compensation
- Unrelated business income
- Individual, business, and international provisions that may affect your organization
Executive Directors, Finance staff, Development staff
Pamela Alexanderson, CPA- Tax Director, has practiced public accounting since 2008. She serves as a tax advisor for not-for-profit entities including community charities, health care providers, and educational institutions, focusing on tax compliance and consulting, as well as unrelated business income.
Chauna King, CPA – Tax Manager, has practiced tax and accounting since 2012. She has prepared and reviewed many different types of tax returns with a focus on non-profit organizations. Chauna has taught not-for-profit specific trainings at the firm level and previously at the Center for Nonprofit Excellence.
Steven Talbot, CPA- Tax Senior Accountant, has been in public accounting since 2013 after a 25-year career in journalism. He serves a range of tax clients, including individuals, corporations, and his favorite, not-for-profit entities.
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