During the COVID-19 crisis, there has been much uncertainty around higher education. With America working through the process of reopening, this continues to be the case as administrators must find ways to continue educating while maintaining safety for all involved. Many colleges and universities are considering virtual teaching and learning to help protect both staff and students. This choice is riddled with tax implications for institutions, employees, and students alike.
Join KPMG for a webcast to address some of the risks and tax complications that come with conducting classes online, including:
- The current landscape
- VAT and international tax issues
- US state and employment tax issues
Partner, Audit, National Industry Leader, Higher Education & Other Not-for-Profits, KPMG LLP