Posts Categorized: IRS

IRS Extends Nonprofit Filing Deadlines

April 10, 2020 Posted by Kristen Anderson in COVID-19, Form 990, IRS, Non-profits, Nonprofits, Pandemic

The IRS announced that it will extend all nonprofit filing deadlines (i.e., exempt organization filing deadlines). Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all IRS forms that exempt organizations are required to file between now and July 14, 2020 will now be due on July 15, 2020. For example, a nonprofit organization with a December 31 year …

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COVID-19 Relief for Nonprofit Employers

In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, federal and state governments have provided the country with several waves of relief for employers, including nonprofits, to help ease the burdens caused by the pandemic. New programs will affect nonprofit employers by imposing upon them new obligations towards their employees and by providing them with benefits to …

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Refund of Parking Tax For Nonprofits

Nonprofits can now receive a refund of Parking Taxes paid in 2017 and 2018. The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act imposed the so-called “Parking  Tax” on nonprofits. The Parking Tax required nonprofits to pay a new form of unrelated business income tax (“UBIT”) on amounts they incurred for providing transportation and parking benefits to …

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Seven-Figure Salaries at Nonprofits

Executive compensation at nonprofits is on the rise, according to a recent article by the Wall Street Journal. New data from the IRS shows that the number of seven-figure salaries at charities tripled between 2011 and 2014. The organizations that are paying their employees in the millions range from major hospitals and universities to small …

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The Non-Repeal of the Johnson Amendment

Much brouhaha has been made over President Trump’s May 4 Executive Order claiming to “totally destroy” the Johnson Amendment. The Johnson Amendment is a 1954 law that bars 501(c)(3) organizations from supporting or opposing candidates for public office. As with much in politics, this is truly much ado about nothing. The Executive Order may serve …

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