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Guide to the Affordable Care Act – The Individual Mandate Part 1

Posted on November 14th, 2013 by Joe Pioletti

THE INDIVIDUAL MANDATE AND POSSIBLE PENALTIES FOR LACK OF COVERAGE This is part 1 of an ongoing series that will break down the different provisions of the new Affordable Care Act. The goal will be to educate taxpayers on ways the Act will affect them so that they may plan more effectively. We begin by […]

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Corporate Tax Evaders

Posted on January 20th, 2013 by Joe Pioletti

Ronald E. Burrell and Michael Elliott from Caremerica, a North Carolina company that operated assisted-living facilities in both Carolinas, have been sentenced five years in prison in a corporate tax evasion case.  The Justice Department says Burrell and Elliott were also ordered to pay $4.8 million each in restitution.  Burrell was the chief executive and Elliot […]

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ObamaCare Tax Affects Few

Posted on August 4th, 2012 by Joe Pioletti

USA Today had a great article on all the different "taxes" in the Affordable Care Act.  Though ObamaCare is projected to raise more than $800 billion in taxes, fees and penalties over a decade,  40% comes from about 3.5 million households with adjusted gross incomes above $200,000.  Employers, insurers and health care providers are slated to […]

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Arrest for Kickback Scheme

Posted on April 4th, 2012 by Joe Pioletti

LoanSafe.org reported the guilty plea of John D. Henderson, nursing home director of corporate maintenance and renovations at Medical Facilities of America Inc. (MFA), to accepting kickbacks and evading taxes.  MFA operates health care and nursing home facilities throughout Virginia and North Carolina.   Henderson conspired with others to steer contracts for repair, maintenance, and renovations at MFA facilities to […]

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NH Owner Pleads to Tax Evasion

Posted on April 12th, 2011 by Joe Pioletti

Jeffery Phillips was nursing home owner/operator who pled guilty to tax evasion and will spend the next three-and-a-half years in jail.  Phillips was the owner of at least 13 businesses in and around Kansas City. Included in his holdings were companies that owned and managed nursing homes, provided nursing home staff, and provided in-home care services.  Phillips […]

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Tax Evasion and Medicaid/Medicare Fraud

Posted on May 27th, 2010 by Joe Pioletti

Karen Mason was the chief executive officer of Havenwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center who has been sentenced to two years in prison for tax evasion. Federal prosecutors say 57-year-old Karen Mason, previously known as Karen Mueller, admitted taking more than $1 million from the Havenwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center from 2002 through 2005 and not reporting the money […]

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Owner guilty of tax evasion

Posted on March 20th, 2010 by Joe Pioletti

FOX6Now.com had an article about a greedy nursing home owner who has pleaded guilty to tax evasion.   Karen Mason took more than $1 million from Havenwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center to pay for personal expenses for herself, her then-husband, her friends, her children and their friends. The 57-year-old is accused of not reporting it as […]

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Iowa proposes new fee to increase wages of nurse aides.

Posted on April 27th, 2009 by Joe Pioletti

The Des Moines Register had an article on a new fee on most nursing homes in Iowa.  The idea is for the state to create a provider fee on nursing homes, then use the extra money to boost nurse’s aides’ wages and for other expenses for caring for low-income elderly Iowans.  The bill would impose a 3 […]

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Residents tax refunds not being used for care

Posted on August 15th, 2008 by Joe Pioletti

McKnight’s had an article about nursing homes getting their residents to ask for tax refunds. The article discussed how a lot of nursing home residents haven’t taken advantage of their opportunity to file for federal stimulus refund checks. That’s up to $600 each for thousands of people. In other words, a lot of money. So CEOs of […]

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Jury compensates family for death of mother.

Posted on August 12th, 2008 by Joe Pioletti

The Star-Telegram reported a verdict in a tragic nursing home case.  The article asserts that Mable Ann Webb didn’t have to die.   Webb entered CLC Richland Hills nursing home for physical therapy. Within two weeks her skin became flushed and clammy. Her eyes turned red, her tongue swelled and she could not speak. A month […]

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