Chiropractic Billing – Taxes and Bartering

Some chiropractors will barter will patients. If you choose to do so, what should you claim on your taxes as income when you barter your services for other value with patients?

This answer is pretty simple and straightforward. If you choose to barter your services you should claim on your taxes the value of what you bartered for.

So, if you were given say, a chicken, and that chicken is worth 10 bucks then you should claim 10 dollars of income with the IRS.

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Todd Crabtree

Todd Crabtree

Founder & Chief Technology Officer. Founded Clinic Doctor Inc. in 2004, to innovate the providing of insurance billing services to healthcare providers in chiropractic clinics that lacked the resources to pay for qualified billing professionals.

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