CPA Michael Batts provides clarity and insight on five of the most misunderstood aspects of UBIT.
Seven articles to help you understand unrelated business income.
Church Law & Tax presents these valuable learning opportunities to help you lead in your role.
Receiving more than $1,000 from a vendor could be considered unrelated business income.
The news: “IRS auditors who focus on tax-exempt groups will be kept busy this year.
What to know before stocking up on T-shirts and coffee mugs with your church logo.
A prime outreach opportunity raises financial, tax considerations.
How to know when a new bookstore or childcare center will attract IRS attention.
What to consider and why before saying “yes.”
Answers about the often misunderstood world of unrelated business income.
A look at why the unrelated business income tax exists, plus a case review that shows how the resulting tax code was applied to one church.
Selling advertisements in your church’s anniversary program book is perfectly legal, but there are two issues you need to consider.
The "Tax Guide for Churches and Religious Organizations" (the "Guide") was updated in 2002 and
Though only if certain conditions are met, IRS notes.