What? I Have to Pay Tax Because We Provide Employee Parking and Transit Passes?
This on-demand webinar will provide attendees with an in-depth look at Internal Revenue Service Notice 2018-99 which provides long-awaited interim guidance in determining the amount of parking expenses that are now subject to unrelated business income tax. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act added Internal Revenue Code §512(a)(7). This new code section provides that unrelated business income of a tax-exempt organization is increased by qualified transportation fringe benefits that are not deductible under Internal Revenue Code §274.
Learn how this new provision applies to your organization and what your potential exposure can be. In addition to parking expenses, the Notice clarifies that other qualified transportation fringe benefits are also subject to these rules. These include transportation in commuter highway vehicles and transit passes, even parking, transportation and transit passes paid for by employees through salary reduction plans. The webinar will explain the implications of these rules, methods of minimizing future costs and how to determine what amounts are reported on your Form 990-T as unrelated business income.
The rules are very complex and additional guidance is needed.
- Anthony Panico, Withum
- Rich Ruvelson, Withum
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