Exempt Organization Tax


Exempt status can be complex. Don't let that get in the way of what you do.

Exempt status can be complex. Don't let that get in the way of what you do.

Tax-exempt status unfortunately does not mean exempt from complex tax rules, regulations and processes. Exempt organizations have unique tax needs that demand specific knowledge, attention to detail and solid advice. An experienced team can help you make confident decisions and offer guidance so that your activities keep your exempt status protected and avoid costly issues with the IRS.

Our dedicated professionals have helped many nonprofits and foundations wade through confusing tax regulations to find solutions that fit their situation and their missions. With extensive experience in the nonprofit industry and a National Tax Office that offers deep expertise and insights, our team can help ease your tax burden.

Latest Insights

August 8, 2019
There was a lot of speculation about how tax reform could impact charitable giving. A review of 2018 giving shows how this and certain trends could reshape the philanthropic landscape.
April 2, 2019
The Tax Exempt and Governmental Entities (TEGE) Exempt Organizations Council annual meeting discussed the government shutdown, new tools, recent guidance and more.
March 25, 2019
New rules designed to make it easier for the IRS to audit partnerships have also created new considerations for tax-exempt organizations entering into partnerships.
January 3, 2019
The 2018-2019 Pocket Tax Guide provides a quick view of tax updates, current rates and new tax law summaries for business, estate, general and individuals. It has been designed to be compact and folded into a pocket sized pamphlet.
December 17, 2018
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has changed the way tax is calculated for organizations providing Qualified Transportation Fringe Benefits, and organizations are seeking further clarification.
December 2, 2018
Tis the season for charitable giving! When receiving donations of cash or property, it’s important to keep good records, provide proper documentation and understand the definition of “qualified appraisals.”

Form 990: Significant Areas for Boards to Assess

The IRS believes good governance comes from an engaged and independent board and leads to better tax compliance. Being a board member comes with a great deal of responsibility. Discover more about governance and management, transactions with interested persons and policies and procedures. You never know when it might come in (very) handy.


Kim C. Hunwardsen
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