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Tax-exempt organizations: How will the “Parking Tax” impact you?

Presented By:
Dori Eggett
February 12, 2019; 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EST
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The guidance on "Parking Tax" has just been issued. Join our webinar to learn more about the guidance and the information necessary to determine if the tax will apply to your organization, and if so, how to apply the rules.

 Man at computer The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed in December 2017, imposed a tax on exempt organizations based on their payment of qualified transportation fringe benefits to their employees. This provision, commonly known as the “parking tax,” was the subject of long-awaited guidance and was issued in December 2018. This webinar will describe the guidance and provide the necessary information to determine if and how the parking tax applies to tax-exempt organizations.

Learning objectives:
At the conclusion of this session participants will be able to:

  • Determine whether they may be subject to the parking tax.
  • Analyze how to calculate tax due from their organization.
  • Identify basic strategies to possibly mitigate some or all of the tax.   


  • Amy Ciminello, tax manager
  • Dori Eggett, tax director
  • Tina Peters, tax manager
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