Tax Guide for Locum Tenens Providers (2017 Edition)

Posted on: January 06, 2017

written by

Barton Team

The post that follows applies the tax guide for the 2016–2017 tax season. It is out of date.

For our updated tax guide, which applies to the 2017–2018 tax season, please download our new "Tax Guide for Locum Tenens Providers: 2017–2018 Edition."

Last year, healthcare tax expert Andrew D. Schwartz, CPA, partnered with the Barton Associates team to develop the “2015–2016 Tax Guide for Locum Tenens Providers” — and helped hundreds of locum tenens providers get the most out of their tax returns in the process!

The Bad News

Last year’s locum tenens tax guide is no longer relevant for this year’s upcoming tax cycle.

The Good News

We worked with Schwartz and Barton’s finance team to produce a new guide for the 2016–2017 tax year, where we outline updated information such as:

  • Which locum tenens–related tax deductions to take advantage of.

  • How to earn the most from your retirement contributions.

  • Best practices for tax planning.

  • How to minimize your healthcare costs.

  • And more!

Tax returns aren’t as intimidating when you’re armed with the right information!

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Locum Tenens Tax Guide
About Barton Team

We're Barton Associates, the Locum Tenens Experts. We work with thousands of hospitals, medical practices, and organizations across the United States and its territories that need talented providers for short- and long-term engagements. Inspired by the pioneering, humanitarian work of Clara Barton, the Barton Team recruits physicians, PAs, NPs, dentists and CRNAs in a wide variety of specialties, so that we can quickly place them in locum tenens assignments nationwide.

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