Schools often rent their facilities to a third party when they’re not in use or have excess space. They usually do this as a community service; for instance, renting the facility to a daycare provider or a summer school, or to produce additional income. School business managers and CFOs should know that this type of activity typically has to be treated as Unrelated Business Income (UBI), and may be subject to tax. However, it warrants a closer look, as the rules are not “typical” and many exceptions exist.
Schools are not taxed on income generated from their mission or programs. However, …read more
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