From lowering corporate taxes to health insurance mandates to the impact on the middle class, there are many headlines out there related to the recently passed House and Senate tax bills.

One item that is lost in the mix is the provisions that were released that specifically impact tax-exempt hospitals and other nonprofits. The provisions are wide-ranging and include changes to tax-exempt bonds, executive compensation and unrelated business taxable income. The chart below provides a high-level overview of the components that would directly affect these providers:

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While the final outcome is unclear, it is clear that individuals and business are not the only ones being impacted. Tax-exempt hospitals and other non-profits will also be affected. All organizations need to be watching for updates and revisions as we wait for a final version to pass.

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THIS POST WAS WRITTEN BY Amie Whittington

Amie is a tax senior manager in HORNE LLP's health care services practice. She primarily provides tax and consulting services to nonprofit and health care entities, including hospitals, doctor groups and physicians.

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