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July 9-16, 2024
Our nonprofit corporation has a parking lot. We signed a contract with a parking marketing agency, which manages collections of parking fees. We don't do anything else. The agency gives us the net of the parking fees after taking their marketing fee. Will the net fee be subject to Unrelated Business Income Tax or is this type of revenue exempted from income tax as a nonprofit organization? Answer

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July 9, 2024
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Lessons from Litigation

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Tax Matters

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