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Posted on January 19, 2019

If you are providing parking to your employees on your own property, on leased property, or on a nearby parking lot, or if you are providing MARTA passes to employees, whether you are paying directly for these benefits or providing them through a pre-tax deduction to your employees’ pay, there may be tax implications for your organization under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. This article will provide you with information about the potential tax implications for nonprofits that provide these benefits to their employees, and includes updated information from the IRS on this subject.