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Last year’s tax overhaul included a law that set a 21 percent tax rate for nonprofits on so-called fringe benefits — such as free parking and fare for mass transit — they provide to employees. 

The Internal Revenue Service moved to soften the hit from a controversial provision in last year’s tax overhaul that imposes a tax on some coveted benefits for employees at nonprofits.

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