IN THIS ISSUE:
- Reminder: January 31 Due Date for W-2 and Certain 1099-MISC Forms
- What Tax Law Changes Might Be Seen Under the New Presidency
- Multistate Business Activities
IN THIS ISSUE:
To create a compelling performance, an orchestra conductor assembles the best talent available, depending on the piece to be performed. For example, the musicians selected to play a Beatles medley would be quite different from those chosen to perform Beethoven’s Fifth.
Many companies today are creating bonus and incentive compensation plans to reward hard-working employees for jobs well done. Such plans can be a win-win: Employees receive a tangible reward for exceptional performance, and businesses reap the benefits of high achievements.
Organizations that are created to provide goods or services exclusively (or primarily) to Section 501(c)(3) organizations (or governmental entities) may think that this purpose is sufficient to also qualify them under tax law. However, providing commercial type services exclusively to exempt organizations is not by itself an exempt purpose. Much more is required for qualification under the rules of Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) than just having a mission to assist charitable organizations.
The bane of every physician’s practice is when payers deny claims. There are numerous reasons why payers deny claims, with the predominant reason being a paperwork error. Other reasons include misunderstanding on the part of the insurance company, the physician or the patient. There are four key elements in appealing claims that have been denied.
Are you in compliance with the latest rulings from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)? If you’re among the thousands of employers who currently lease employees from staffing agencies, it may behoove you to take a look at what has changed.