How Tax Reform Impacts Long-Term Care Providers

Start time:
On Demand
Duration:
1 hour
Location:
Online
Contact:
Michaella Johnson, Moss Adams, 503-478-2289.
Cost to attend:
Complimentary

Many of tax reform legislation’s sweeping changes are relevant to long-term care organizations both in the for-profit and not-for-profit sector.

Listen to this webcast to learn how tax reform could impact your organization and how you can prepare.

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Speakers

Robert Grannum, Partner, Moss Adams

Rob Grannum has been with Moss Adams since 1998. He works extensively with clients in the health care industry, including hospitals, medical groups, and individual physicians, providing strategic tax planning and compliance services. He leads the firm’s Washington State health care tax practice and serves on the firm’s Health Care Executive Committee. Rob is also a frequent speaker and author on the impacts of health care reform.

Todd Wood, Tax Manager, Moss Adams

Todd Wood has practiced public accounting since 2012. He partners with companies in a variety of industries, including health care, to provide solutions to their business needs. While his experience is mainly focused in tax compliance and planning with corporations and flow-through entities, he also provides access to financial statement preparation and a variety of assurance and consulting services.

Marcy Boyd, Partner, Moss Adams

Marcy Boyd has 17 years of experience in accounting, auditing, and consulting with 14 years dedicated to public accounting. Her experience has focused on consulting and auditing of healthcare organizations, including rural and community-based primary care facilities, managed care organizations, outpatient care facilities, outpatient surgery centers, multi-and single-specialty medical groups, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living centers, mental health centers, community health centers, and independent practice associations (IPAs).

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