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Joseph R. Irvine

Senior Lecturer In Law, Senior Lecturer

The Ohio State University

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The Ohio State University

744 West 9Th Street

Tulsa, Oklahoma,74127

United States

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The Ohio State University at Marion serves as one of five regional campuses to the Columbus main campus. As a regional campus, Marion offers the same excellent resources and faculty that you would expect from Ohio State, all within the environment of a smalle...more

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www.nacua.org

Joseph R. Irvine is Development and Tax Counsel at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
His practice includes tax planning and compliance as well as resolving conflicts with the Internal Revenue Service and state and local tax agencies. He handles charitable gift planning, donor tax issues as well as issues regarding unrelated business income tax, qualified retirement plans and 403(b) annuities, other compensation and benefit matters, and state and local tax matters. He was an attorney with a multistate law firm prior to joining the University. He also has experience with one of the Big Four accounting firms. He is past Chair of the Tax Council of NACUBO and the past co-chair of the Taxation Section of NACUA. He is also a member of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Tax Lead of the Steering Committee for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Not-For-Profit Industry Conference. He is a recipient of the NACUBO Tax Award. His article, "Does Exclusivity Create Liability for UBIT?," appeared in the July/August 2002 edition of Taxation of Exempts and "Proposed FICA Regulations Go Far Beyond A Response To Mayo," appeared in the September/October 2004 edition of the same publication. Mr. Irvine is a graduate of Kent State University (BBA, summa cum laude), the University of Cincinnati (MS, taxation) and Duke University Law School (JD, high honors). He is admitted to practice in Ohio and the Federal Court for the Southern District of Ohio. He is also a certified public accountant and a frequent speaker on tax issues.


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Joe Irvine, director of planned giving, Ohio State University, and Ed Jennings, corporate tax manager, University of Michigan, offered an overview of four issues particularly worth monitoring.
Irvine noted, "This year's scrutiny is just the beginning of what may come-congressional requirement for colleges and universities with significant endowment assets to increase spending on student aid and to moderate tuition increases. (No specific legislative proposal has been introduced.) Both Jennings and Irvine explained the recent release of the Internal Revenue Service's revised and expanded Form 990 for tax-exempt organizations. "The new format responds to many of the comments received on the draft form, including those filed by NACUBO and 18 other higher education associations," added Irvine. Irvine and Jennings agree that the IRS has developed a general voluntary closing agreement program in an effort to encourage bond issuers and conduit borrowers to voluntarily correct violations of the tax law related to their tax-exempt bonds.


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Joseph R. Irvine, The Ohio State University - Columbus, OH
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Joseph R. Irvine, a tax lawyer for Ohio State University, told reporters, this week, "...any institution that sold tax-exempt bonds to pay for any new construction should be concerned.
Mr. Irvine believes that a naming-rights gift for Ohio State's new arena, as an example, falls safely below the 10-percent ceiling.


www.nacua.org

Joseph Irvine, Senior Assistant General Counsel, The Ohio State University


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