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Nov 19, 2018

Time for Tax-Exempt Organizations to Prepare for and Prevent Excise Taxes

As the end of the year approaches, individuals responsible for the management of tax-exempt organizations need to review the operations of those organizations to prepare annual information reporting for this year, to plan potential excise tax payments, and in some cases prevent unnecessary excise taxes and penalties on organizations and individuals. » Read More

Oct 26, 2018

Tax-Exempt Organizations, Excise Taxes and Executive Compensation – A Year End Reminder and 2019 Planning Opportunity

As 2018 draws to a close, the trustees, directors, and senior management of tax-exempt organizations should review the compensation structure of some of its executives in light of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), which was enacted earlier this year. » Read More

Oct 17, 2018

Treasury Department and IRS Further Shrink Deductible Executive Compensation by Publicly Held Corporations

Significantly less executive compensation than previously thought may remain tax deductible by publicly held corporations, beginning with the 2018 tax year, under recent governmental guidance implementing a change in law made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Covered companies will need to promptly identify additional employees covered by the new limitations, as well as outstanding compensation arrangements that may be exempt from the limits. » Read More

Oct 09, 2018

6 Helpful Tips for Today’s Open Enrollment

As Fall arrives, employers and administrators of health plans know that a new season of open enrollment is upon us. New companies, and even experienced benefits departments that may have fallen into an annual routine over the years, could always use a refresher on how to prepare for this important time for both employees and owners. » Read More