Healthcare Connection – Nov. 29, 2016
5 Tax Planning Considerations for Alternative Investments
Alternative investments can be a rewarding part of a healthcare organization’s overall investment strategy. Navigating through the challenging tax landscape of these investments, however, can be an enormous task and a strain on internal resources. Alternative investments can lead to unrelated business income tax and additional filing requirements. Because there may be significant penalties involved for not filing, organizations should have a sound process in place to verify compliance. Here are five tax planning tips for alternative investments.
Survey: Trials, Tribulations of Third-Party Risk Management
In the race to stay competitive, companies are relying more on third parties than ever. While the rewards may be compelling, many companies still struggle with persistent challenges in managing a growing network of relationships. This article summarizes survey results and provides insights from Crowe Risk Consulting practicing professionals on the top challenges related to technology, participation, and reporting.