Sales tax has to be charged in Texas if a Contracted biller does private pay collections?
I am a new owner of a medical billing business. I was recently told by a prospective client that her current contracted biller does not handle private pay collections because she (the biller) would have to charge sales tax. Does this sound accurate? I am in Texas.
According to the publication on the Texas state Comptroller Site for taxable services, the only thing I could find is the mention of Debt Collection that sayes:
"Any activity performed for consideration to collect or adjust a delinquent debt, to collect or adjust a claim, or to repossess property subject to a claim, including activity performed in furtherance of the satisfaction or compromise of a debt or claim."
This may be where the prospective client or their current billing service is getting this.
I haven't heard of this being applied to private payments before for a health care provider.
You may want to contact the Texas State Comptrollers office here and and ask them about this particular service or situation. I know some state tax agencies like ours (Alabama) are very helpful in answering these type of questions.
I'll also post on the site so others can comment on their experience.
Thanks for the question.
Mar 31, 18 09:47 AM
Besides networking .. visiting their offices, how else can you attract their business? When you close the collections month, how do you bill the physicians?
Mar 31, 18 09:36 AM
I have a potential client that is requested claim scrubbing resolutions (only corrections on claims submission errors) and insurance verification on the
Mar 31, 18 09:28 AM
The provider that I bill for just advised that he has a new tax ID. What is the process for this change? Would every insurance company need to be contacted?
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