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AAFCPAs Shares Tax Expertise at MNN Annual Conference

AAFCPAs will happily present an educational workshop on How New Federal Tax Laws Impact Nonprofits at The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network’s (MNN) 2019 Annual Conference in Framingham, MA on October 16th.

Tax Update: How New Federal Tax Laws Impact Nonprofits

The IRS issued new guidance related to the Federal Tax Cuts & Jobs Act’s (TCJA) widespread changes affecting charitable nonprofits. AAFCPAs’ Partner Joyce Ripianzi, CPA and Tax Strategist Brittany Besler, CPA, JD, MBA will provide guidance on the impact on nonprofit operations and filing requirements, including: how changes influence donors, UBIT “siloing,” and compliance with the highly controversial taxability of qualified transportation fringe benefits.
Joyce Ripianzi, Partner, AAFCPAsBrittany Besler, Tax Strategist, AAFCPAs

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AAFCPAs is a proud affiliate member of MNN, the voice of the nonprofit sector in the Commonwealth!

We have been helping sophisticate nonprofits succeed since our founding in 1973. We fully understand the complexities of funding sources, grant requirements, and regulations that apply to nonprofit entities. We are happy to share our proven expertise with fellow MNN members.
Please contact Joyce or Brittany if you are planning to attend so we may get excited about seeing you there!

About the Authors

Joyce Ripianzi
Joyce is a Partner in the Consulting Division of AAFCPAs and a member of the firm’s growing Managed Accounting Solutions (MAS) practice, which provides “right-size” outsourced accounting solutions, from cloud-based bookkeeping to CFO deliverables, designed to optimize the effectiveness of the modern finance function. Joyce has 30+ years of diverse experience in public accounting at national and regional CPA and consulting firms. She is also a former CFO of a technology networks integration firm.
Brittany Besler
Brittany possesses a unique combination of tax, legal, and business backgrounds, and is a valuable member of AAFCPAs’ Tax practice. She provides tax planning, research, and compliance solutions for corporations, partnerships, nonprofits, individuals, estates & trusts. Brittany advises businesses and individuals on various federal, state, local and foreign tax-related issues, including counseling clients on the consequences of new and updated tax laws. She assists clients in the creation of appropriate and optimal organizational structures, and advises on tax planning and tax exemption compliance. She advises newly-formed and well-established nonprofit clients on meeting compliance requirements of various government agencies, including the IRS rules on fundraising and political activities.