A CPA group is again pushing the IRS to exclude nonprofits with minimal taxable income from a requirement that they report income streams separately.
Proposed rules (REG-106864-18) issued in April did offer nonprofits some relief for the 2017 tax law reporting change, which applies to unrelated business income. The rules proposed a way for nonprofits to combine income streams.
The American Institute of CPAs recommended the IRS let organizations with less than $10,000 in unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) combine their income into one stream for reporting purposes.
- Organizations of that size are “likely to lack the ...