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Micro Horse Owners Are in It to Win It, but What About the Tax Burden?

Micro share ownership of horses is making it more affordable for the average person to own a part of a horse. However, most people probably do not consider the tax implications of owning shares of a horse. Below we discuss the various ownership types and related taxes.

2022-05-06T14:05:15-04:00May 5th, 2022|Equine, Tax|

Provider Relief Funds | Late Reporting Request Window

Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) has announced an opportunity for providers who missed Reporting Period #1. This would apply to providers who have received letters requesting repayments of the provider relief fund payments they received.

2022-04-08T09:44:41-04:00April 8th, 2022|COVID-19, COVID-19 Industries, Healthcare|

HIPAA Cyber Security Updates in 2022

The last major update to HIPAA came back in 2013, but all signs point to another update coming this year, in addition to, the minor changes and guidance previously established in February. Following is what to expect in 2022 from a data security, availability, and sharing perspective.

2022-04-20T08:37:56-04:00April 7th, 2022|Cybersecurity, Healthcare, Technology|

Key Considerations for Leases Under the New Leasing Standard in Construction

Much like the previous changes to revenue recognition, the new leasing standard can be a complex accounting standard to navigate. This article gives you an overview of key focus areas that should be considered in evaluating leases, especially those where the lessor is a related party.

2022-03-31T09:27:57-04:00March 15th, 2022|Audit and Assurance, Construction|

Quarterly Hospital Compliance Survey Analysis

State Agencies and Accrediting Organizations monitor compliance with Medicare’s Conditions of Participation for Hospitals by conducting unannounced surveys. Hospital Compliance personnel can use this data set to identify common areas of deficiencies, trends and specific circumstances for each deficiency. This blog explores the most recent update that was posted in December 2021.

2022-02-17T15:45:40-05:00February 17th, 2022|COVID-19, COVID-19 Industries, Healthcare|

Additional HEERF Available to Support Students Basic Needs

On January 20, 2022, the U.S. Department of Education (the Department) announced $198 million in American Rescue Plan funds that will primarily support community colleges and other institutions to meet the basic needs of students – especially those exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Supplemental Support under American Rescue Plan (SSARP) program will require institutions to submit applications to receive funding.

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