Tax Information

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7 Things Locum Tenens Providers Need to Know about 1099s and Filing Taxes as an Independent Contractor

The New Year will be here before we know it, and with it comes tax season. Don’t wait until April 15 to get your taxes in order. Now’s the time to brush up on what to expect when filing taxes as a locum tenens provider. Read more

How Locum Tenens Physicians Get Paid

Working locum tenens assignments has many benefits, especially for doctors looking for work/life balance and a way to earn extra income. If you’re interested in working locum tenens assignments, here are a few things you need to know about how you get paid. Read more

Locum Tenens: Things to Know About Filing Your Taxes

Filing taxes in multiple states and figuring out deductions and tax benefits for your locum tenens assignments can be time-consuming and confusing. Fortunately, we’ve provided several resources to help you when you begin the process. Read more

FAQ: State Taxes for Non-Physician Healthcare Travelers

Do you have concerns about filing your taxes after taking (non-physician) locum tenens assignments? Check out this list of frequently asked questions about state taxes. Read more

FAQ: Travel Benefit Tax Rules for CRNAs, NPs, and PAs

Check out these tax rules and requirements for CRNAs, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Read more

Tax Information for Locum Tenens Physicians: Working as an Independent Contractor

As a locum tenens physician engaged by CompHealth to work an agreed upon assignment, you are working as an independent contractor, not as an employee. There are many distinct differences between an independent contractor and an employment relationship. Read more

FAQ: Travel Benefit Tax Rules for Allied Healthcare Providers

Check out these frequently asked questions about travel benefit tax rules for non-physicians. Read more

Physician Travel Tax Issues

Tax tips for physicians regarding travel expenses. Read more

Nonresident California Withholding on Physician Compensation

California (CA) tax law and regulations require the withholding of California income tax at a flat rate of 7% on all compensation paid to nonresident independent contractors (physicians) performing services in CA. Read more

Tax Info for Non-Physician Healthcare Travelers: Tax Home Representation Forms

Your tax home status and location is pertinent to the determination as to whether you are eligible to receive tax-free travel benefits. If we do not receive this completed form prior to the beginning of your assignment, you will be deemed itinerant and ineligible for tax-free travel benefits. Read more