News Showing 21-30 of 251 Filter Filters: Year 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Topics Accounting and Financial Reporting Analytics Athletics Auxiliary Services, Campus Operations Campus Safety Community Colleges Comprehensive/Doctoral Institutions Dept. of Education Compliance Diversity and Inclusion Effectiveness E-Learning Endowment and Debt Management Energy Efficiency, Sustainability Facilities, Environmental Compliance FASB Finance Form 1098-T GASB Global Operations Grants Management Human Resources Leadership Legislative Update Organizational Effectiveness Planning and Budgeting Privacy & Data Security Regulations Research Universities Retirement Risk Management and Campus Security Small Institutions Student Financial Services Tax Technology Your Filters: Tax May 13, 2019 What Did I Miss in Washington? April 30-May 13, 2019 → In this edition: House appropriators approve increased FY20 funding for ED, the IRS announces retirement and deferred compensation plan audits, and more. April 01, 2019 What Did I Miss in Washington? March 19-April 1, 2019 → In this edition: NACUBO advocates for tax-exempt bonds, financial aid, and DACA recipients, ED launches an investigation into the admissions scandal, and more. March 18, 2019 What Did I Miss in Washington? March 5-18, 2019 → In this edition: Congress begins hearings on Higher Education Act reauthorization goals, a tax on financial transactions is proposed, and more. March 04, 2019 What Did I Miss in Washington? February 20-March 4, 2019 → Bipartisan legislation to repeal the parking tax is reintroduced, a study finds misconceptions about higher education funding, and more. February 19, 2019 What Did I Miss in Washington? February 5-19, 2019 → A key Senate chairman sets his sights on Higher Education Act reauthorization, bipartisan legislation to expand Section 127 employer-provided tuition benefits is introduced, and more. February 04, 2019 Government Reopens but Uncertainty Remains → The ongoing budget stalemate makes it unclear how policymakers will tackle other unfinished legislative business on Capitol Hill in 2019 (ranging from tax extenders and technical corrections to addressing a debt-limit hike). Surprisingly, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are optimistic about reauthorization of the Higher Education Act. January 22, 2019 “Blue Book” Affirms Intent to Tax Executive Compensation at Public Colleges → In its explanation of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation acknowledged that Congress intended the new executive compensation excise tax to apply to all public colleges and universities as well as private institutions—but said the law as written does not match that intent. January 07, 2019 What Did I Miss in Washington? December 11, 2018-January 7, 2019 → The government shutdown enters its third week, NACUBO seeks tax incentives for energy-efficient construction, a new law prohibits late fees charged to veterans, and more. January 04, 2019 IRS Issues Interim Guidance on Executive Compensation Excise Tax → The IRS recently published a lengthy and detailed notice on the new excise tax on employee compensation above $1 million paid by tax-exempt organizations. The interim guidance offers key definitions and explains how to report and pay the excise tax. December 12, 2018 IRS Publishes Guidance for Employers on the Fringe Benefits Tax → In an attempt to limit the impact of a Tax Cuts and Jobs Act provision on nonprofit employers, including colleges and universities, the IRS and Treasury have issued interim guidance that includes a safe harbor for compliance. NACUBO continues to advocate for repeal of the provision.