Colleges and universities make up one of the biggest segments of the non-profit industry. In an effort to improve understanding of and compliance with tax laws, the IRS's Exempt Organizations (EO) Division conducted a survey of 400 U.S. colleges and universities. The survey gathered information on a variety of subjects, including:
IRS’ Final Colleges and Universities Compliance Pr
Make Sure Your Not-For-Profit is Aware of the Benefits of Cause Marketing, as Well as Its Pitfalls
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Author: Joe Giso, CPA, MST
Would imposing pay limits make it difficult for non-profits to hold onto top-tier executives?
All over the country, state legislatures are putting forth proposed regulations to limit the salaries of CEOs of non-profits. Though states differ on the caps they are trying to impose, they agree on the message that non-profits are “charitable” organizations and therefore non-profit executives should “volunteer” a portion of their compensation via discounted salaries.
The IRS’ Exempt Organization Division (EO) released its work plan for FY 2012, a comprehensive plan that touches upon areas from Form 990 compliance to employment-tax research. According to the IRS, these efforts are in addition to the division’s permanent determinations and examinations responsibilities.
Exempt Organization Division