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Pulse Check: Complying with Tax Reform on Campus

On-Demand | Originally Broadcast on April 25, 2019

Overview

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Debate ensues among tax practitioners on compliance approaches to several provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Join tax professionals from both a public and a private university as they address how their institutions have approached compliance with tax reform. Topics will include the new tax on parking and transit benefits, the “basketing requirement” to report unrelated business income by activity, and the new taxes on executive compensation and net investment income. Speakers will also comment on how further legislative or regulatory action may—or may not—shift the landscape.
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Meet The Presenters

  • Mary Bachinger, director, tax policy, NACUBO
  • Jodi Kessler, assistant director, tax, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Joel Levenson, assistant vice president for tax, payables, and procurement, University of Central Florida

CPE Information

There are no CPEs offered for this event.

On demand programs are not eligible for CPEs at this time.

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