Get comprehensive, detailed guidance on the tax law of unrelated businesses for tax-exempt organizations, written by the leading expert in the fieldThe Tax Law of Unrelated Business for Nonprofit Organizations has everything you need to help you understand and interpret the general rules, modifications, and exceptions of the tax law of unrelated business for nonprofit organizations—including the unrelated debt-financed income rules, commercial activities, use of separate entities, and reporting requirements.This comprehensive resource equips you to fully analyze your organization's operations from the unrelated business perspective. You'll focus on details pertaining to the unrelated business income tax return (Form 990-T) and its many schedules. In addition, you'll get six appendices and tables to help round out your analysis. This authoritative guide explores every facet of tax law applicable to unrelated business for nonprofit organizations, including the rules governing:PublishingAdvertisingCorporate sponsorshipsGift shopsRestaurants and cafesList rentals and exchangesTrade showsTravel toursReal property developmentResearch programsGambling and gamingEndorsementsConvenience businessesForeign source incomeThis must-have resource is filled with explanations and illustrations and hands-on guidance from Bruce R. Hopkins, the leading authority in nonprofit law. Its in-depth information shows you how to thoroughly and authoritatively manage unrelated business activities and protect your organization's tax-exempt status.