Name, Image, and Likeness Education
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You’re busy enough supporting student-athletes and advancing your athletics programs into the future. And that future is uncertain when it comes to the impact of name, image and likeness (NIL).
Allowing student-athletes to profit from NIL use gives them a “piece of the pie” without the university directly paying them for performance. With this possibility, however, comes a financial and tax impact:
How should they report this income?
When does state nexus come into play?
Who will help these athletes work through these and other complicated financial issues?
James Moore is poised to be your resource on this topic. Our contacts in the athletics industry (including athletic directors, CFOs, marketers, sports attorneys and politicians) have opened our eyes to the complexities of NIL. As the NCAA continues to work through the issue and states draft their own legislation, we’ll keep you posted on the latest developments and how they’ll impact your department and your student-athletes.
Check the map below to learn about the status of name-image-likeness legislation in your state and the state tax rules you’ll need to understand as you guide your student-athletes. And scroll down to see our latest articles addressing this important topic.
Red: Final legislation
Blue: Legislation pending
Green: No activity
Last updated: June 15th, 2020
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