This webinar discusses common issues working with traveling nurses. Healthcare needs have expanded and there is an increase in traveling. Travel nurses are often paid differently than traditional nurses, often with a base hourly pay rate and a additional payments that may or may not be non taxed.
1) Define a traveling nurse
a) Residency vs domicile
2) Multi state issues
3) Moving deduction
a)Goes back to the state
4) Reimbursement payments
a)Need for a tax home
b)Taxable vs non taxable
5) 2016 and its various reincarnations depending on the state
6)Training the client
a) Saving Receipts
b) Building a chain of evidence for the tax home argument
This webinar qualifies for 2 IRS CE/2 NASBA CPE Credit.
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