14 Jul Tax Treatment of Direct Primary Care
This may be one of the most confusing topics encountered by DPC physicians, patients, and employers. DPC practices face detailed questions about these topics from employers, patients, accountants, attorneys, and policy makers. Hopefully these explanations will be useful. Remember that while Dr. Eskew is a licensed physician, attorney (member of the Kentucky Bar), and accounting major, he does not spend most of his time on tax issues and this discussion should not be deemed official tax advice.
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