Tax day is still five months away, but urgent care operators might be able to reduce their burden by ordering necessary equipment and supplies before saying good-bye to 2015. Seeing as how we don’t know what changes Congress might make to the tax code next year and vendors often raise prices with the new year, this could be an especially opportune time to take a look around and decide where it makes sense to trade up or invest in new goods and services. Rules can vary state by state, so check with your tax professional to get a good sense of how much you can save and if there are any limitations on the types of purchases that qualify. Suppliers well versed in the urgent care setting often appear in the Urgent Care Buyer’s Guide (www.UrgentCareBuyersGuide.com) published by JUCM.
Spend on Equipment Now, Save on Taxes Later