February 12, 2018

The Hartford Business Journal published a column by Tax Services Director Marla Esan about the impacts of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Bill for nonprofit organizations.

Hartford Business Journal

By Marla Esan, Director, Tax & Business Services

Related Services Tax & Business, Tax-Exempt Business, Tax Return Compliance

Related Industry Nonprofit & Social Sector

The Hartford Business Journal published a column by Tax Services Director Marla Esan about the impacts of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Bill for nonprofit organizations. Tax & Business

Excerpt:

With many variables still unknown regarding how multiple lines of unrelated business activities will be treated, consideration might be given to housing profitable and unprofitable activities in a single taxable corporate subsidiary. This would enable expenses and income to once again offset, affording the benefit of the lower 21 percent corporate income tax rate. Nonprofits should consult their tax professionals to evaluate the applicability of this and other potential strategies to their individual circumstances.

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Marla  Esan

Marla Esan

Director

  • Tax & Business
  • Melville, NY