Nonprofit organizations are often thought to be tax exempt. But this is a misnomer, as there are many situations where a nonprofit may have to either pay or collect and remit tax. Private foundations, also under the umbrella of 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, are subject to a 1.39 percent net investment tax on their investment income […]
Recent Ruling Elevates Privacy of Holdings in Massachusetts Trusts
AAFCPAs and AAF Wealth Management would like to make clients aware of a recent ruling that makes Massachusetts an attractive jurisdiction for clients looking to create a trust for future generations while still keeping its holdings private. This could be especially beneficial for older generations looking to create a trust for younger generations without disclosing […]
Nonprofits Can Transfer, Claim Direct Payments for Inflation Reduction Act Credits
The Inflation Reduction Act (the “Act”), originally signed into law on August 16, 2022, outlined a proposal that allowed certain non-taxable entities to receive specific credits under the Act as direct payments. On June 14, 2023, the IRS issued proposed regulations that outline how these non-taxable organizations can file and make an election to either […]
During AAFCPAs’ Nonprofit Seminar (April 2023), Joshua England, LLM, Esq. and Chris Consoletti, Esq. updated more than 400 attendees on the latest tax issues, laws, and procedures affecting tax-exempt organizations. In their presentation, they offered an overview of accomplishments made by the IRS last year and its objectives this year. They also discussed the Employee […]
On May 31, 2023, Massachusetts Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell enacted several important changes to the state charity filing, the Form PC. AAFCPAs has highlighted the changes below and how they will affect Massachusetts nonprofit organizations. Mandatory Filing of Form PCs through Online Charity Portal Effective September 1, 2023, all Form PC filings which are […]
In this webcast, recorded April 2023 at AAFCPAs’ Nonprofit Educational Seminar, AAFCPAs Tax Consulting Attorneys cover what nonprofits need to know about the Inflation Reduction Act and new solar credits, the Employee Retention Credit, and the IRS’s priorities and goals for 2023! Download the full slides from AAFCPAs’ Nonprofit Seminar >> Watch Now
Webinar: 2022 Year-End Tax Planning & Compliance for Individuals, Families, and Trusts
Watch Now: Individual & Family Tax & Wealth Preservation Tax planning is a critical challenge—especially in times of legislative and economic uncertainty. In this recorded webinar, AAFCPAs Tax Advisors will provide clients and friends with information on what they need to consider now to optimize their 2022 and beyond tax position. Topics Covered Include: Tax […]
On August 16, 2022, President Biden signed into law Public Law Number 117-169, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (the Act). AAFCPAs has highlighted below some of the most impactful tax provisions in the Act, including, but not limited to, provisions and credits affecting clean energy, a significant monetary reinvestment into the IRS, and a […]
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., […]
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