Get Your Bearings withTax Reform and 501(r) Compliance
Live From Summit: Get Your Bearings with Tax Reform and 501(r) Compliance
Location: Live webinar
Start date: 9/18/2018
End date: 9/18/2018
Industries: Healthcare
Get Your Bearings withTax Reform and 501(r) Compliance
Event details

The presenters will share information on the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that may affect healthcare organizations.  The discussions will focus on the provisions themselves, the status of IRS guidance on the new legislation and best practices for addressing the changes.  The statutory provisions to be discussed including Unrelated Business Income (UBI) silo-ing, certain fringe benefit expenses included as UBI, the excise tax on executive compensation, reduced tax rate, net operating loss utilization, and the changes to local lobbying expenditures.  The session will also touch on the latest on Internal Revenue Code Section 501(r), additional requirements of tax-exempt hospitals. The presenters will share how to remain compliant with 501(r), IRS inquiries and audits, in addition to industry best practices.

By participating in this session, you should be able to:

  • Identify provisions of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that impact your organization.  
  • Discuss the details of the provisions affecting unrelated business income, net operating losses,  reduced tax rate, and the excise tax on executive compensation.  
  • Estimate the potential impact of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to your organization   
  • Understand the requirements of IRC Section 501(r), areas of compliance interest to IRS, and best practices in 501(r) compliance.


Andrew Gray, Crowe LLP
Jackie Coburn, Crowe LLP
Chris Titsworth, Crowe LLP

Who Should Participate

All healthcare C-Suite, VP's, Directors and Managers 

Continuing professional education

Advance preparation: None 
Prerequisites: None
Program level: Basic 
Field of study: Specialized knowledge 

This session is recommended for 1.0 hours of CPE credit. 
Additional CPE information 

Contact information

For more information, please contact Danielle Morabito.