Elizabeth Zimnawoda

“During my time as a tax intern in the Bloomington office, I learned so much and even got to collaborate with individuals from the Columbus, IN and Seymour, IN offices. Best of all, I had a coach and co-workers who always made time to help me, answer my questions, and address my concerns.

This is why I truly feel that Blue & Co.’s values statement not only applies to client service, but to the treatment of employees and interns as well. I am very grateful for my time at Blue & Co.!”

IRS 501(r) Compliance: Financial Assistance Policy and Amounts Generally Billed Calculation

Non-profit hospital organizations as defined by Section 501(c)(3) must meet requirements imposed by Section 501(r) on a facility-by-facility basis to be treated as a tax-exempt organization. According to the Internal Revenue […]

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Hospital Price Transparency: What’s New in 2024 and Beyond

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has introduced significant changes to the requirements for hospital price transparency. The aim is to enhance pricing transparency and ensure compliance with […]

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building and using insurance reserves

Building and Using Insurance Reserves for Sustainability

By Annmarie Novotney, CPA, Director at Blue & Co. Not-for-profit organizations have been dealing with changing circumstances on many fronts over the last five years. Part of this changing landscape […]

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