Q&A: Taxes, debt, CWD on Abraham's agenda
Rep. Ralph Abraham has been a veterinarian, physician, and lieutenant in a National Guard airborne division.
Federal tax proposals could affect veterinarians
AVMA brings veterinary voices to the conversation Tax law changes under consideration by Congress and federal rulemakers could change the fiscal…
What the federal tax bill means for veterinarians
With comprehensive tax reform working its way through Congress, the provisions are likely to affect individual veterinarians and veterinary business…
Lawmakers negotiate end-of-year tax package
The AVMA has been working to ensure that tax breaks beneficial to veterinary medicine are included in the end-of-the-year $650 billion tax package…
Small Business Tax Relief Act
This legislation enhances Section 179 of the IRS tax code.
Lawmakers seek tax exemption for veterinary program
A bipartisan group of House and Senate lawmakers is seeking to make Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program awards tax-
IRS Regulations on Taxing Medical Devices FAQ
IRS released new regulations on taxing medical devices in December, 2012. Learn how they affect veterinarians and veterinary practices.
Government fees and taxes on veterinary products and services
Government fees and taxes on veterinary products and services result in additional costs to treat animals.
Eliminating the Hidden Student Loan Tax Act
This legislation would end the practice of charging origination fees on all Direct Loans
COVID-19: Tax provisions for veterinary small businesses
Learn about COVID-19 tax provisions for veterinary small business.
Veterinarians will qualify for new income tax deduction
Veterinary small business owners will be able to take advantage of the new “pass-through” income tax deduction, U.S. Treasury Department officials…
Online sales tax awaits Supreme Court decision
The United States Supreme Court has heard arguments and is considering its decision in an online sales tax case in which the AVMA has urged it to…
AVMA urges Congress to pass tax policies that support veterinarians
After much anticipation, Congress has turned its focus to reforming our nation’s complicated tax code. It is important that the veterinary profession…
Legislators seek to end tax on veterinary student loan program
A bipartisan effort to repeal the tax on a Department of Agriculture program that pays off student loan debt for veterinarians working
Bill would lift tax on veterinary student loan repayment program
Bipartisan legislation exempting the Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program from a federal tax is back before Congress.
Veterinary public health, tax elimination bills back before Congress
Congress has once again taken up legislation intended to increase the number of veterinarians trained in public health.
Guidelines updated for Paycheck Protection Program
Several important updates have been announced to the new small-business loan program, including notices addressing income tax requirements and…
Marketplace Fairness Act
Gives states authority to manage their sales tax laws, allowing them to collect sales & use taxes owed on purchases from out-of-state online vendors
Internal Revenue Service clarifies deductions rules for veterinary practices
Earlier this year, the Internal Revenue Service issued final rules implementing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
AVMA pushes for enhancement act passage by year’s end
The AVMA has hired a lobbying firm to see Congress pass bipartisan legislation eliminating the federal tax
HEROES stimulus legislation introduced in House
On May 12, the House Majority released a COVID-19 stimulus package called the “Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act,” or the…
Veterinary practices find relief in Paycheck Protection Program
In early May, the Trump administration announced that more than 2 million loans totaling $175 billion had been made to small businesses during the…
Coronavirus stimulus packages to aid workers, small businesses
The programs and initiatives in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act—signed into law March 27—are intended to strengthen the…
Horse slaughter defunded again
Once again, the federal government has taken action to prohibit the use of tax dollars to inspect U.S. horse slaughter facilities
Delivery of Veterinary Services by Not-for-Profit/Tax-Exempt Organizations
Veterinary not-for-profit and tax-exempt clinics and hospitals provide access to important medical and surgical services for animals owned by the…