Budget provision would tax associations' investment income

Weinstock, Matthew
February 1999
AHA News;02/22/99, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p3
Trade Publication
Speculates that the year 2000 budget proposal would tax trade associations' investment income. Comments from hospital officials; Operating budget of the Missouri Hospital Association in 1998; Move made by the California Healthcare Association.


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