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Speakers: Liz Clark, senior director, federal affairs, NACUBO; Andrew Grossman, legislation counsel, The Joint Committee on Taxation
Explore the current state of play in the nation’s capital. Understand the political climate and what could lie ahead for colleges and universities.
1.5 Credits in Specialized Knowledge
Speakers: Bertrand Harding, Law Offices of Bertrand M. Harding, Jr.; Benjamin Davidson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Taking effect just 10 days after the tax reform act was signed into law, this new provision in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act requires colleges and universities to examine their employee transit pass, vanpool, and parking programs and pay a 21% tax based on their expenses. Some schools have already incurred over $1 million in tax since the bill was passed! How does the new provision work? How are campuses mitigating their exposure? Learn the answers to these questions and more.
1.5 CPEs in Taxes
Speakers: Travis Patton, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP; Angie Leahy, Washington University in St. Louis
With the implementation of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the new excise tax on executive compensation created a new category of persons that colleges and universities must now identify and a new category of compensation to be computed. What types of organizations are subject to the tax? Who are “covered persons” and how do they differ from the five highest compensated employees reported on the Form 990? What types of compensation are subject to the tax? And how can your institution minimize the effect of the tax?
1.5 CPEs in Taxes