Nonprofit Tax Update: Insight from AAFCPAs’ Tax Consulting Attorneys

AAFCPAs’ tax department includes Tax Attorneys who closely monitor the changes to tax code, including unrelated business taxable income, multi-state filing / registration requirements, compensation issues and employment taxes, and other state and local tax considerations.

In this webcast, recorded April 2022 at AAFCPAs’ Nonprofit Educational Seminar, Joshua England, LLM, Esq., Brittany Besler, MBA, CPA, Esq., and Chris Consoletti, Esq. provide insight on some of the most common legal and tax-related questions asked by AAFCPAs’ diverse nonprofit clients, including those related to cryptocurrency and non-cash donations, state registration requirements and charitable solicitations, and the taxability of pandemic and disaster relief funds.

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About the Authors

Joshua England, Tax Attorney
Josh is a tax strategist with extensive expertise advising high-net-worth individuals, nonprofits, and business owners and investors on effective strategies to ensure tax efficiency, asset protection, well-executed succession plans, and wealth preservation. He has been practicing law since 2000 and focuses his practice on the areas of wealth transfer planning, fiduciary and individual taxation, business structuring to maximize tax efficiency, and advising tax-exempt organizations, foundations and charitable donors.
Chris Consoletti
Chris, in conjunction with AAFCPAs’ multi-disciplinary team of CPAs, investment & business advisors, provides effective tax planning and research, tax compliance, charitable planning, and asset protection solutions for trusts & estates, corporations and partnerships. Chris provides clients with corporate law analysis and recommendations related to entity formation, management and board structure, executive compensation, limited liability protection, and the applicable laws of relevant states and jurisdictions. He evaluates and assesses opportunities and risks associated with complicated tax challenges or controversies.