AANEM News Express

AANEM News Express

AANEM Dues Deductibility

1/27/2012
 

2011 DUES DEDUCTIBILITY:  The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA) of 1993 was amended by the Internal Revenue Code to disallow federal income tax deductibility for the portion of dues paid by association members for lobbying activities.  It was estimated that up to 1% of your 2011 dues could possibly be used for lobbying. 
 

The AANEM did incur actual lobbying expenses in 2011 of approximately 1%. Therefore, you may be able to deduct 99.0% of your 2011 dues as a business expense.  Forward this information to your accountant. Since there is a substantial penalty for underestimating the percentage of lobbying, the AANEM estimates the percentage at 1% for 2012.  At this time, we do not anticipate having a significant amount of lobbying in 2012.  Due to the changing medical environment, however, it is difficult to anticipate what actions may be necessary next year.  Notification will be sent to you at the end of 2012 regarding the actual nondeductible portion of your dues.
 



View Related News Stories:

  About


Recent AANEM News

Science News: Placebo Effect in Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy: The PATH Study and a Systematic Review

2021-2022 AANEM & ABEM Committee Volunteers Needed

COVID-19 Vaccine: AANEM Publishes Guidance for Patients with NMDs

2021 AANEM Annual Meeting: Funds Available for Physicians from Economically Developing Countries to Attend

Science News: An Appraisal of Electrodiagnostic Studies in Stiff Person Syndrome





Advertisement

ABEM

Advertisement

Donate

Advertisement

SAE