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by Bertrand M. Harding Jr.

Author: Bertrand M. Harding Jr.
Subcategory: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 98 edition (September 16, 1998)
Pages: 136 pages
Category: Perfomance
Rating: 4.1
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The Tax Law of College. by Bertrand M. Harding.

The Tax Law of College. The 2003 Supplement includes discussion of the following developments and much more: Publication of final intermediate sanctions regulations replacing the temporary regulations that were issued in early 2001 and the final corporate sponsorship regulations, which replaced the proposed regulations that were issued in early 2000.

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Bertrand M. Harding, J. Operates his own law firm in Alexandria, Virginia, where he specializes in nonprofit law with emphasis on tax issues and problems facing colleges and universities

Bertrand M. Operates his own law firm in Alexandria, Virginia, where he specializes in nonprofit law with emphasis on tax issues and problems facing colleges and universities. Mr. Harding's interest and involvement in nonprofit tax law began in the early 1970s when he worked for the IRS Exempt Organizations division while attending the George Washington University Law School in the evenings. After graduation from law school in 1975, Mr. Harding served for two years as an attorney-adviser to the Honorable Judge Bruce M. Forrester, United States Tax Court.

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The 2003 Supplement includes discussion of the following developments and much more: Publication of final intermediate sanctions regulations replacing the temporary regulations that were issued in early 2001 and the final corporate sponsorship regulations, which replaced the proposed regulations that were issued in early 2000. A final decision by the IRS to deny the claims filed by over 100 universities and hospitals for refunds of FICA/Medicare taxes with respect to the wages paid to medical residents. Capital gains exclusion to unrelated business income Tax treatment of immigration-related expenses(green-card attorneys fees, visa expenses, etc.)paid by a college or university on behalf of its employees and other individuals Tax-free discharges of student loans and whether a student has income when his or her student loan is forgiven by a school in return for the performance of future services.