Washington Snapshot

Thursday, September 27, 2018 - 11:00am

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: House to Vote on Tax Cuts 2.0; Senators Pushing for a Vote on IRS Donor Disclosure; Rettig Swearing-In Expected for Next Week; States Acting Quickly in Aftermath of Hurricane Florence.

Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 1:00pm

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: We Need Your Input on UBIT; Appropriations Update; Rettig Takes Over as New IRS Commissioner; 2018 Elections: Attorneys General; 2018 Ballot Measures of Interest.

Thursday, September 13, 2018 - 12:00pm

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Tax Cuts 2.0 Plan is Unveiled; Rettig Expected to Be Confirmed Amid Other Pending Priorities ; Primary Elections Held in New Hampshire; State Tax Revenues Vary Due to Federal Tax Law Changes.

Thursday, September 6, 2018 - 1:00pm

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: An Update on Tax Reform 2.0; Kyl to Fill Vacant Arizona Senate Seat Left by McCain; Rocky start for Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Hearings; Federal Reserve Board Releases New Publication; Primary Upset in Massachusetts; SALT Workaround Proposed Regulations Cause Surprise, Concern; How Will Foundations and Nonprofits Fare After Wayfair?

Thursday, August 30, 2018 - 1:00pm

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Senator John McCain Leaves Behind a Legacy; Senate Passes Spending Bill Package; Treasury Proposes Rules on State-Level SALT Workarounds; Primary Elections Held in Arizona and Florida; States Respond to Work Requirements Differently; Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILOTs): Faulty Data Lead to Faulty Allegations.

Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 12:15pm

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Johnson Amendment Attack Reiterated by Sen. Lankford; Bills to Repeal UBIT Changes Introduced in Senate; Bill to Reinstate Schedule B Requirements for All Nonprofits Introduced in Senate; Senate Finance Votes to Advance Treasury/IRS Nominations; Appropriations Continue Moving Swiftly, Although Roadblock Looms in the Distance; IRS Releases Final Regulations on Charitable Contribution Substantiation; In the States: Boston Continues Targeting Nonprofit Property Tax Exemption.

Thursday, August 2, 2018 - 11:55am

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Johnson Amendment Attack Reiterated by Sen. Lankford; Bills to Repeal UBIT Changes Introduced in Senate; Bill to Reinstate Schedule B Requirements for All Nonprofits Introduced in Senate; Senate Finance Votes to Advance Treasury/IRS Nominations; Appropriations Continue Moving Swiftly, Although Roadblock Looms in the Distance; IRS Releases Final Regulations on Charitable Contribution Substantiation; In the States: Boston Continues Targeting Nonprofit Property Tax Exemption.

Thursday, July 26, 2018 - 12:30pm

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot New Bill to Expand Foundation Scholarship Programs Introduced in House; Ways and Means Unveils Tax Reform 2.0 Summary; Senate Finance to Hold Hearing for Treasury/IRS Nominees; Senate Seeks to Avoid Shutdown Threats by Bundling Spending Bills; Primary Runoff Election Held in Georgia; and Kentucky Lawmakers Look to Modernize Laws for Nonprofits, Texas Attorney General at Odds with Localities Over Sick Leave, New York City Comptroller Calls for Prompt Contracting Reforms.

Thursday, July 19, 2018 - 12:00pm

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot Senators, Worried About a Decline in Charitable Giving, Request Information from Treasury; House to Vote on Appropriations “Minibus” with Johnson Amendment Rider; Treasury Rolls-Back Donor Disclosure Requirements, Wyden Disapproves; Tax Cuts 2.0 Update; 2018 HUD Award Winners Honored; White House Legislative Affairs Director Moving On; Primary Runoff Election Held in Alabama; and Four-State SALT Lawsuit, States Consider Expanding Overtime.

Thursday, July 12, 2018 - 11:30am

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot Council Sends Letter to the Hill on UBIT Concerns; Rettig Comments on Johnson Amendment, SALT Workarounds in Senate Finance Hearing; President Trump Nominates Judge Kavanaugh to Replace Justice Kennedy; Council and FEMA Announce New Partnership to Assist in Disaster Coordination; New W-4 Form Receiving Pushback; In the States: Localities Increasingly Deny Property Tax Exemption, States Preparing for the 2020 Census.