Tax Resources

CPG Tax Hotline

If you have specific tax-related questions, we encourage you to contact your personal tax advisor or call our tax hotline at the numbers listed below.

  • Nancy N. Fritschner, CPA (877) 305-1414
  • Mary Ann Hanson, CPA (877) 305-1415
  • Dolly Rios, CPA* (833) 363-5751

Learn more about our on-call tax experts.

* bi-lingual in Spanish and English

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Clergy Tax Talk 2021

Have questions about the new tax laws, or other tax questions? Knowing more is one of the best ways to avoid making mistakes. At this interactive webinar, we will answer your clergy tax questions and offer resources that may help you.

  • How dual tax status affects clergy
  • Ins and outs of the clergy housing allowance
  • Why having an Accountable Business Expense Reimbursement Plan is so important

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Check out resources from the webinar:

2021 Federal Reporting Requirements

The guidelines for administrators are now available.

Clergy Housing Ruling

On March 15, 2019, in Gaylor v. Mnuchin the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of the clergy housing allowance set forth in section 107(2) of the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”). That section allows certain religious leaders to exempt church-approved housing allowances from their taxable income.

The decision by the three-judge panel was unanimous, thus putting at ease for the moment the concerns of thousands of ministers and other religious leaders.

Parking Tax Update

Unrelated Business Income Tax on Transportation Fringe Benefits Retroactively Repealed – Potential Refund Opportunity

Beginning in 2018, the unrelated business taxable income (“UBTI”) of tax-exempt organizations was increased by the amount an organization paid or incurred for any qualified transportation fringe benefits or any parking facility used in connection with qualified parking. As such, providing this benefit to your employees may have resulted in a tax filing obligation on a Form 990-T and a liability for UBIT.

Fortunately, the government funding bill passed on December 20, 2019 retroactively repealed this tax provision thereby eliminating the inclusion of qualified transportation fringe benefits when determining unrelated business income of tax-exempt organizations. Therefore, tax-exempt organizations that previously filed Form 990-T and paid UBIT under this tax provision should determine the best approach for obtaining a refund of any UBIT paid.