Proposed regulations could present tax-saving opportunities for qualified organizations that invest in partnerships.
Coordinating Charitable Trusts and Private Foundations for the Business Owner: Complying With UBIT and Self-Dealing Rules
This item details some charitable giving options for owners of closely held businesses, the applicable unrelated business income and self-dealing rules, and best practices for taxpayers who have these charitable desires and restrictions.
How an exempt organization computes UBTI for state income tax purposes varies from state to state.
The Service has issued proposed regulations to reflect the change made by TRAHCA to impose a 100% excise tax on the unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) of charitable remainder trusts (CRTs) that have UBTI.
Editor: Joel E. Ackerman, CPA, MST Two exempt organizations meet the requirements of Sec. 501(c)(3) (one as a charitable organization and the other as an educational organization—a university). These organizations own equal interests in a partnership, and they have boards of trustees that overlap by more than 50% of the
Dec. 20, 2006 marked a unique day in the taxation of charitable remainder trusts (CRTs)— President Bush signed into law the Tax Relief and Health Care Act of 2006 (TRAHCA ’06). Buried in that legislation is revised Sec. 664(c), which significantly alters the tax treatment of unrelated business taxable income