Business directory to 401k rollover information and advice.www.business.com/finance/401k-rollover/
Retirement industry advisers and consultants.www.business.com/finance/retirement-consultants/
Companies that provide retirement plan benefits, including 401k plans and pensions. Get information on corporate retirement plans, or how to offer retirement benefits for employees.www.business.com/finance/retirement-plans/
401(k) plans allow employees to save for their retirement by contributing a portion of their wages to an individual account. Employers can also contribute to 401(k) plans in the form of employee benefits; be sure your 401(k) vendor can manage your employees’ investments wisely.www.business.com/finance/401k/
Learning about 401(k) plans key terms is a good place to start if you're considering starting up a retirement fund for your employees. From automatic enrollment to matching, after-tax and pre-tax contributions, 401(k) plans have several terms you may want to know before beginning one of these programs. More»
The 401k plan grew from a little known tax code loophole--which is where the 401k name came from--to the most common way workers invest for their retirement. This industry possesses trillions of dollars in allocated 401k retirement plan contributions. More»
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Operating a business in the health care industry requires dedicated medical professionals with years of training in their fields for any chance at success. It also requires a high level of attention to business details, and accounting best left to CPAs and firms specializing in the health care industry.
Accounting for the health care industry isn't inherently different from accounting for any other industry. If your business is involved in health care however, there are a few accounting issues that you'll need to address regularly that aren't present in other businesses.
The most prevalent of accounting issues with a health care business is accounting for insurance payments. Even when you have a patient with full coverage, you'll need to wait for payments for services rendered. The longer the wait, the longer you'll need to carry the expense on your books, though you've already lost the value of materials used in treatment. If the account carries over from one business quarter to another, your CPA will need to deal with the differences between expected income and actual cash on hand. While any CPA could do the accounting for your business, CPAs and firms specializing in the health care industry have the expertise and experience to make certain nothing is missed in the process. For more information on health care businesses, read the links available at Business.com.