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Everyone want more revenues for their institutions, but no one wants to pay any more than their “fair share” in taxes. That’s where Dave Moja comes in.

Dave is a partner and Professional Practice Leader for Tax at the accounting firm Capin Crouse. His areas of expertise are tax and accounting; financial and UBIT consulting; and higher education metrics, reporting and developing of alternative revenue sources.

In this podcast, Dave talks with us about the latest coming out of DC wrt higher ed taxes and UBIT, as well as how to explore and go after what they call “revenue enhancement opportunities” – those alternative sources of revenues that institutions should pursue. It is these new revenue sources that many institutions are using to offset the difference between tuition and the necessary operating expenses and build sustainability in higher ed institutions. He also touches on how to build stakeholder attunement to reduce and even eliminate resistance to change.