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SLU, feds take tax case out of court

A university and the federal government have agreed to resolve a lawsuit over taxing medical residents.

Saint Louis University sued the U.S. government last fall alleging it overpaid $24.6 million in Social Security and Medicare taxes from 1995 through March 2005.

Several other teaching medical programs have made similar claims, including Barnes-Jewish Hospital, which sued seeking a nearly $25 million refund.

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SLU, feds resolve case over taxing of medical residents

A university and the federal government have agreed to resolve a lawsuit over taxing medical residents. Saint Louis University sued the U.S. government last fall alleging it overpaid $24.6 million in Social Security and Medicare taxes from 1995 through March ...

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Medicare reporting a bitter pill for lawyers, insurers

A new Medicare reporting requirement that goes into effect on Jan. 1 could be a prescription for delays in personal-injury settlements and in processing other insurance-related claims, according to both lawyers and insurers. The requirement – which is part of ...

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St. Louis attorney sued in fraud case from Tennessee

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Nashville, Tenn., has filed a civil lawsuit against a St. Louis attorney alleging he and a business partner defrauded Medicare of more than $6 million. The suit filed on Monday in U.S. District Court for ...

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Medicare fraud alleged in lawsuit against St. Louis attorney

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for Middle Tennessee has filed a civil lawsuit against a St. Louis attorney alleging he and a business partner defrauded Medicare of more than $6 million. The suit filed in U.S. District Court for the Middle ...

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