Private foundations looking for an upgrade over EO Select Check should look no further as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) launched a new online tool called Tax-Exempt Organization Search (TEOS). Its objective is to help users find information on the federal tax status of grantees and potential grantees. The new online tool replaces EO Select Check, the federal search engine that has been in service since 2012.
New York State is on a hunt for increasing personal income taxes on nonresidents. Its method: expanding the definition of a nonresident individual’s source income. Nonresidents, of course, are the easiest of targets. They don’t vote in the state.
Recently, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) formally requested the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to consider making suggested changes to the 2018 Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax, that conform with new financial statement reporting changes required under the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s (FASB) Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-14, Presentation of Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities.
Buyers of businesses are often eager to get the deal done. But tax due diligence may be worth the wait. There can be a significant impact on the market value of a target company. State and Local Tax (SALT) issues, in particular, can sometimes be deal breakers.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act could very well benefit many taxpayers due to the corporate and individual tax rate reductions.
PKF O’Connor Davies Named to Vault Accounting 50 List of Top Accounting Employers to Work for in North America
Firm ranked in top 20 for first time.
The effects of the new tax law are wide-ranging.
The effects of the new tax law are wide-ranging and this newsletter will focus on compensation provided to certain employees by private foundations and tax-exempt organizations.