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Providing Solutions On Your Path to Innovation

Achieving Success When Selling to the World’s Largest Buyer

Providing Solutions On Your Path to Innovation

Achieving Success When Selling to the World’s Largest Buyer

Providing Solutions On Your Path to Innovation

Achieving Success When Selling to the World’s Largest Buyer

Providing Solutions On Your Path to Innovation

Achieving Success When Selling to the World’s Largest Buyer

Providing Solutions On Your Path to Innovation

Achieving Success When Selling to the World’s Largest Buyer

Federal Tax Reform: Opportunity Zones

Community Revitalization by Rewarding Private Investment

Section 199A Deduction for Pass-Through Entities

A Deduction of Up to 20% of Qualified Business Income

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Leveraging Technologies to Improve 
Efficiency

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Cherry Bekaert

IRS Proposes Guidance for Taxing Highly Compensated Employees

After issuing preliminary guidance clarifying when nonprofits must pay the 21 percent unrelated business income tax related to employee parking, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) has published Notice 2019-09 explaining when nonprofit employers should pay the 21 percent tax on employees with an annual compensation above $1 million. The preliminary guidance advises nonprofits to use the calendar year ending within their fiscal year to calculate the tax. In addition, nonprofits cannot avoid the tax by dividing highly compensated employees’ compensation between multiple related organizations.

Comments on the noticed are due Tuesday, April 2.