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New U.S. tax law: KPMG's report about provisions in new U.S. tax law of particular interest to exempt organizations and donors Tax reform: Issues for exempt organizations (Pub. L. 115-97) [PDF 316 KB]
Dec 22 - President signs tax bill into law
Jun 21 - Proposed regulations: Section 409A, income inclusion rules and nonqualified deferred compensation plans
Jun 21 - Proposed regulations: Section 457 deferred compensation plans, state and local governments
Jun 16 - Electronically filed Form 990 data, available in machine-readable format
Jun 14 - IRS practice units: Treatment of scholarships for nonresident aliens
Jun 9 - IRS to launch machine-readable Form 990 data, June 15
Jun 8 - IRS focus on 403(b) plans; “universal availability” requirement
May 31 - IRS reduces Form 1023-EZ user fee from $400 to $275
May 17 - Final regulations: Allocation rule for disbursements from designated Roth accounts to multiple destinations
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