Recorded November 20,2014
Regularly badgered by Congress to limit “unfair” competition with for-profit businesses, the Internal Revenue Service consistently looks to impose UBIT on unrelated business taxable income at nonprofit organizations, including facility rentals and travel tours at large institutions like colleges and universities, revenue from joint ventures with for-profits, gift shop income from museums, investment income from anyone’s margin account, advertising revenue from small nonprofit organization newsletters, and everything in between.
Nonprofits with substantial unrelated business income will have to pay substantial unrelated business income tax — and could even lose their tax-exempt status.
This session will give tips on structuring activities to avoid the revenue being classified as unrelated business income, allocating expenses to reduce net income, and restructuring to avoid the adverse consequences of “too much” of a winning commercial venture.
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