posts tagged as tax


By Marc Berger | July 27, 2018

Significant Rule Change for Tax-Exempt Organizations Reporting Donor Information

New IRS guidelines eliminate the need for certain tax-exempt organizations to report donor information in their annual tax filings. The move is designed to reduce compliance costs for organizations and the IRS, and to keep donor... read more


By Scott Ziemer | July 20, 2018

For Maximum Savings, Retailers Must Meet Tax Depreciation Deadline

The October 15, 2018 tax depreciation deadline for C-corporations is quickly approaching and retailers must act fast to capitalize on savings. read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | July 18, 2018

IRS Guidance Removes Obstacle to Restructuring Tax-Exempt Organizations

New guidance from the IRS makes it easier for many nonprofits to restructure or enter a merger, while retaining their tax-exempt status. The Nonprofit Standard blog explains what’s changed. read more


By Michael Conover | July 02, 2018

Excise Tax ‘Bite’ on Nonprofit Compensation

The new tax reform law included a lot of provisions important to nonprofits, including a 21 percent excise tax on executive compensation. Our latest blog post has details. read more


By Patricia Brandstetter | June 27, 2018

Tax Reform Drafting Errors Hurt Restaurants & Retailers

Retailers and restaurants have been generally supportive of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, but two Congressional drafting errors could severely affect the industries regarding the depreciation of improvement property and the utilization of... read more


By Scott Ziemer | June 20, 2018

8 Tax Reform FAQs for Retailers

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the most substantial U.S. tax legislation in decades, and retailers still have questions about its impact. The legislation is also subject to correction and further confusion, as demonstrated by a group of... read more


By Katherine Gauntt | June 07, 2018

Will SCOTUS’ Wayfair Decision Reinvent Online Sales Taxes?

States, businesses, and various associations all have an opinion on the South Dakota v. Wayfair case. read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | June 01, 2018

Internships at BDO

BDO internships aren’t about coffee runs, mountains of busy work, or an empty, lonely cubicle. Instead, you’ll have the opportunity to contribute, make genuine connections, and have a real impact on our organization. read more


By Marc Berger | May 15, 2018

Could the Universal Charitable Deduction Wish Come True?

The tax reform bill included several important changes to charitable giving and is predicted to cause a $12-$20 billion decline in donations. But a new bill introduced in the House could help bridge that gap and grant a long-standing... read more


BDO Consumer Beat Survey: Tax Reform May Not Spur Retail Spending

Between tax reform, tax filings, and the online sales tax debate, taxes could play a big role in influencing consumer spending behavior. read more