Eva Mruk serves in the Tax & Advisory Services Group. She has 25 years of experience providing tax compliance and advisory services to the not-for-profit and tax-exempt sectors, including public charities, social services organizations, membership organizations, cultural organizations, colleges and universities, healthcare, religious organizations, business leagues, trade associations, social clubs and private foundations.
Eva’s experience enables her to offer insightful advice and valuable guidance with respect to a broad range of tax issues such as: federal, state, and local tax compliance; establishing and protecting tax-exempt status; governance, executive compensation; lobbying and political activities, public support testing and planning; fundraising and state solicitation laws; grant-making; international activities, strategic tax planning; unrelated business income (UBI); and alternative investments and their subjectivity to UBI tax and foreign reporting.
Eva represents clients with federal and state tax controversy matters such as tax-exemption revocations and reinstatements and assists in audits and examinations. She stays well-informed of current tax legislation and emerging issues and is a frequent author and speaker on the complex tax laws affecting tax-exempt organizations.