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Accounting & Tax Quarterly is an e-newsletter sent four times a year to more than 20,000 individuals at NACUBO member organizations. Introduced in Fall 2020, the e-newsletter provides campus accounting and tax professionals with the latest insights, resources from NACUBO, and more.

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Winter 2024

This edition includes expert insights into investment reporting on the Form 990-T, an interview with the author of FARM, and more.

Fall 2023

This edition includes a revised Guide to IRS Form 990, an interview with the IPEDS Finance Survey director, and more.

Summer 2023

This edition includes updates to a 2020 Employee retention Credit Tutorial, an interview about Swarthmore College's energy efficiency efforts, and more.

Spring 2023

This edition includes an interview with the Chair of NACUBO's Accounting Principles Council, a new accounting advisory for public institutions, and more.

Winter 2023

This edition includes insights from members of NACUBO's Tax Council about worker classification, new accounting resources, and more.

Fall 2022

This edition features analysis of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, an interview about the latest advocacy efforts on behalf of charitable giving, and more.

Summer 2022

This edition provides updated advisory guidance for reporting tuition discounts at public institutions, HEERF reporting tutorials, and more.

Spring 2022

This edition includes interviews about a proposal to classify student athletes as employees, updates to FARM, and more.

Winter 2022

This edition includes a repository of institutional financial statements, interviews with accounting and tax experts, and more.

Fall 2021

This edition features a new guide to IRS Form 990, updates to FARM, and more.

Summer 2021

This edition features HEERF accounting resources, the latest insights on infrastructure legislation, and more.

Spring 2021

This edition features an interview with FASB's new chairman, Form 1098-T updates, and more.

Winter 2021

This edition features insights from a seasoned tax lobbyist, resources for followers of FASB and GASB, and more.

Fall 2020

This edition features interviews with the new chair of GASB and members of NACUBO's Tax Council, accounting tutorials to help institutions navigate new reporting requirements, and more.

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Related Content

Tackling the Challenges of Investment Reporting on the 990-T

Jodi Kessler, director of tax and global operations at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Chair of the NACUBO Tax Council, shares insights into the processes of understanding, tracking, and reporting of institutional investments on Form 990-T.

FARM Has a New Look

NACUBO’s Financial Accounting and Reporting Manual (FARM) has a new look: there is more white space, journal entries and tables are easier to read, the navigation has moved from the right to left side, and links to the standard setters new website have been added.

IRS Reopens Comment Period for 1098-T Reporting Requirements Proposed in 2016

In one of several efforts by the Biden administration to complete long-awaited regulatory projects related to serving students, the IRS is accepting comments on Form 1098-T institutional reporting requirements that were proposed almost eight years ago.