ACA Reporting Deadlines Extended by IRS
As we explained in an earlier Client Alert, the Affordable Care Act imposes two different reporting obligations on employers. The deadlines were to have been in the first quarter of 2016. However, the IRS recently announced that it has extended those deadlines.
Fund Forum – December 8, 2015
This issue of the Venable Fund Forum provides guidance to funds investing in NYC real estate on property tax exemptions and clarifies the important securities law distinctions between being classified as a finder and a broker-dealer. On the compliance front, we look at renewed regulatory interest in fee and expense allocation and the SEC's continued focus on the "custody rule."
New Audit Procedures for Partnerships Create Potential Entity-Level Liabilities
On November 2, 2015, President Obama signed into law the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015. The Act significantly changes how partnerships (including LLCs taxed as partnerships) are audited by the IRS. Partnerships may now be directly liable for any tax deficiency resulting from an adjustment to partnership items (e.g., income, gain, loss deduction and/or credit). Thus, the current partners in a partnership could bear economic responsibility for improper tax reporting in prior years, even if one or more of such partners was not a partner in the year in which the improper reporting occurred.
Continue reading for an overview of the changes and how they could affect your business.
Impact Investing and Nonprofits: Opportunities, Innovative Structures, and Creative New Ways to Raise Funds and Further Your Mission – Washington, DC
Thursday, January 14, 2016 | 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET
Join Venable and InsideNGO for an insightful, practical discussion led by two trailblazers in the field from the in-house legal side, and one of the nation's leading nonprofit tax attorneys. The program will focus on some case studies—from The Nature Conservancy, ACCION International, and others. It will help you to better evaluate the potential impact investing opportunities that are consistent with your mission, risk tolerance, governance structure, and funding strategy.