Changes to Form 990, Schedule K Would Require 501(c)(3) Borrowers to Report to IRS Whether They Have Written Bond Compliance Procedures

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Last week, the Internal Revenue Service released a revised version, still in draft form, of Schedule K to the Form 990, effective for the 2011 reporting year (which is generally filed by borrowers in 2012 or 2013). Schedule K is the form that addresses tax-exempt bond compliance for 501(c)(3) bonds. Probably the most important change is the addition of three questions that ask, in different ways, whether the 501(c)(3) borrower maintains written procedures addressing post-issuance tax-exempt bond compliance. More specifically, the questions ask whether the borrower has adopted written procedures that cover the monitoring of arbitrage compliance, the remediation of excessive private business use, and the correction of violations through the IRS’s voluntary closing agreement program (or “VCAP”).

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