(PRWEB) January 24, 2014
Locum tenens physicians and nurse practitioners are considered independent contractors, which means they can deduct certain expenses, such as business expenses and health insurance premiums that traditional employees cannot.
The healthcare staffing experts at Barton Associates understand that many physicians and nurse practitioners have questions about the tax implications of working as a locum tenens provider.
To address these issues, Barton Associates partnered with the Andrew D. Schwartz, C.P.A., and the MDTAXES Network to create the Tax Guide for Locum Tenens Providers, which covers a variety of tax issues that are relevant to independent contractors, including:
- Retirement Accounts
- Health Savings Accounts
- Estimated Quarterly Taxes
- And More
Barton Associates is committed to creating original content that helps physicians and nurse practitioners succeed in their locum tenens careers. The agency encourages providers to use the guide to better understand their unique tax issues related to being an independent contractor and take advantage of the benefits to which they may be eligible.
The information provided in the guide is meant for informational purposes only and should not be considered tax advice. Providers are advised to consult a tax professional or certified public accountant (CPA) who can advise on their unique tax situation.
To learn more about locum tenens jobs and staffing solutions available through Barton Associates, please visit http://www.bartonassociates.com.
Barton Associates is a leading national locum tenens staffing company serving physicians, nurse practitioners, hospitals, medical practices, and companies across the U.S. from national staffing offices in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Florida.