Join industry experts for a discussion of key unrelated business income concepts to focus on, lessons learned from the filing the 990-T during 2019, and what you should be addressing currently.
NASBA Field of Study
Dave Moja, Brian Yacker, Betsy Krisher
Unrelated business income reporting has become more complex with the implications of IRC Section 501(a)(6) and 501(a)(7) and the related redesigned Form 990-T.
During this webcast, industry experts will discuss key unrelated business income concepts to focus on, lessons learned from the filing the 990-T during 2019, and what you should be addressing currently.
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