Nonprofit Hospitals (in CA): Inconsistent Data Obscure the Economic Value of Their Benefit to Communities, and the Franchise Tax Board Could More Closely Monitor Their Tax-Exempt Status (Google eBook)
Do the activities performed by nonprofit hospitals that are exempt from paying taxes because of their nonprofit status, truly qualify as charitable activities that provide a broad public benefit & are consistent with exempt purposes? When taken as a percentage of net patient revenues -- the amounts a hospital receives from patients & third-party payers -- the uncompensated-care costs provided by nonprofit & for-profit hospitals were not significantly different, both including & excluding Medi-Cal costs. Benefits provided to the community, which only nonprofit hospitals are required to report, differentiate nonprofit hospitals from for-profit hospitals, but the categories of services & the assoc. econ. value are not consistently reported among nonprofit hospitals. Illus.
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Page 9 - ... (6) The property is irrevocably dedicated to religious, charitable, scientific, or hospital purposes and upon the liquidation, dissolution or abandonment of the owner will not inure to the benefit of any private person except a fund, foundation or corporation organized and operated for religious, hospital, scientific, or charitable purposes...
Page 46 - We conducted this review under the authority vested in the California State Auditor by Section 8543 et seq. of the California Government Code and according to generally accepted government auditing standards. We limited our review to those areas specified in the audit scope section of the report.
Page 9 - The property is used for the actual operation of the exempt activity; (4) The property is not used or operated by the owner or by any other person so as to benefit any officer, trustee, director, shareholder, member, employee, contributor, or bondholder of the owner or operator, or any other person, through the distribution of profits, payment of excessive charges or...
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Page 7 - ... organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, public safety testing, literary, or educational purposes; to foster national or international amateur sports; or for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals.
Page 38 - Organizations described in section 501(c)(3) must also attach a schedule showing the names and addresses of the five employees (if any) who received the greatest amount of annual compensation in excess of $30,000; the total number of other employees who received annual compensation in excess of $30,000; the names and addresses of the five independent contractors (if any) who performed personal services of a professional nature for the organization (such as attorneys, accountants, and doctors, whether...