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On-Demand Webinar: An Overview of the CARES Act

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act is intended to be the third round of federal government support in the wake of the coronavirus public health crisis and associated economic fallout, succeeding the $8.3 billion in public health support passed previously and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

The CARES Act provides more robust support to both individuals and businesses, including changes to tax policy. This webinar will include a summary of what is included in the Act for both individuals and businesses and answer common questions.

Speakers: Derek Gray, CPA, Director; Aimee Reavling, CPA, Principal

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COVID-19 initiatives impacting RHCs

New COVID-19 Initiatives Impacting RHCs

On Tuesday May 4, 2021, President Biden announced three new COVID-19 initiatives impacting RHCs. Nearly $1 billion of funding is being made available as part of the American Rescue Plan (ARP) to support rural COVID-19 response efforts and increase COVID-19 vaccine availability in rural communities. The President’s announcement included the following initiatives: Shipping New Allocations […]

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Employer Tax Credits for Providing Paid Sick and Family Leave Related to COVID-19

The American Rescue Plan Act, enacted March 11, 2021, aims to deliver economic relief to families and workers. On April 21, President Biden announced a provision of the American Rescue Plan Act that allows eligible employers to claim refundable tax credits for providing emergency paid sick leave to employees who take time off for reasons […]

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Charity Reimbursement

Charity Reimbursement: Protecting it from Audit Scrutiny

There is a new audit trend coming down the pipeline that could impact your charity reimbursement for Medicare bad debt. In the past there was no enforcement of statements being sent to a charity patient before they were deemed indigent. Until a patient has been approved for charity, they are still deemed non-indigent. Auditors are […]

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