News Showing 1-10 of 1882 Filter Filters: Year 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Topics Accounting and Financial Reporting Analytics Athletics Auxiliary Services, Campus Operations Campus Safety Community Colleges Comprehensive/Doctoral Institutions Dept. of Education Compliance Diversity and Inclusion Effectiveness E-Learning Endowment and Debt Management Energy Efficiency, Sustainability Facilities, Environmental Compliance FASB Finance Form 1098-T GASB Global Operations Grants Management Human Resources Leadership Legislative Update Organizational Effectiveness Planning and Budgeting Privacy & Data Security Regulations Research Universities Retirement Risk Management and Campus Security Small Institutions Student Financial Services Tax Technology June 05, 2020 IRS Postpones Certain Employment Tax and Employee Benefit Plan Deadlines → The IRS has issued additional filing relief related to certain employment taxes, employee benefits, and exempt organizations affected by the pandemic. The deadline for most actions specified in the notice is July 15, 2020. June 05, 2020 Congress Adds Flexibility to Paycheck Protection Program → Recently enacted modifications to the Paycheck Protection Program give small businesses and nonprofits including some private colleges and universities more flexibility and time to use the loan proceeds while preserving loan forgiveness. June 05, 2020 President Vetoes Congressional Rebuke of Borrower Defense Rules → President Donald Trump has vetoed Congress’ attempt to overturn controversial changes to borrower defense regulations made by the Department of Education last fall. NACUBO expects the borrower defense rule to take effect on July 1. June 01, 2020 What Did I Miss in Washington? May 19-June 1, 2020 → The higher education association community urges liability protections and loan access for institutions, NACUBO joins an amicus brief in the Harvard admissions case, and more. May 26, 2020 ED Issues Update on Title-IV Eligibility for CARES Act Funds, And Other Coronavirus-Related Guidance → The Department of Education has announced that it will not enforce its requirement that students must be Title IV-eligible to receive CARES Act grants, although ED stated that it still expects recipients to be eligible for Title IV. ED also published guidance expanding regulatory flexibilities, and its Office for Civil Rights issued a Q&A reminding schools of their responsibility to comply with Title IX rules and disability laws. May 26, 2020 COVID-19 Legislative Outlook Remains Uncertain Despite HEROES Passage in the House → Senate Republicans have said it’s too soon for another large COVID-19 relief bill, and other pressures stall lawmaker negotiations. May 22, 2020 FASB Finalizes Effective Date Postponements in Light of COVID-19 → FASB officially approved the release of an Accounting Standards Update that postpones implementation dates by one year for leases for all independent institutions and revenue recognition for independent institutions without public or conduit debt. May 18, 2020 What Did I Miss in Washington? May 6-18, 2020 → In this edition: A new COVID-19 relief bill has passed in the House but isn’t expected to pass in the Senate, the IRS clarifies an international student grant aid question, and more. May 14, 2020 GASB Issues New Guidance In Light of COVID-19 → In response to the pandemic, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board has issued a new statement that extends implementation for most major standards by one year. Recently issued Implementation Guide 2020-1 reinforces delayed effectives dates and provides updated guidance. May 13, 2020 2020 Sustainable Energy Factbook Released → The 2020 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook indicates progress in energy efficiency and renewable energy over the last decade.