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Connecticut Repeals Tax on Ambulatory Surgical Centers

On May 7, 2022, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed into law the state’s fiscal year 2023 budget (HB5506), which includes the elimination of certain taxes on ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs) in Connecticut. Since October 1, 2015, ASCs have been required to pay a quarterly tax of six percent on their gross receipts (subject to certain exclusions). Under current law, the gross receipts tax will sunset on July 1, 2023, and be replaced with a three percent tax on an ASC’s net revenue (subject to certain exclusions). As of July 1, 2022, this new law sunsets the ASC gross receipts tax and repeals the ASC net revenue tax. 

*This post was co-authored by Erin Howard, legal intern at Robinson+Cole. Erin is not admitted to practice law.

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Nathaniel Arden, Health Care and Intellectual Property Attorney, Robinson Cole Law Firm, Hartford, Connecticut
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Nathaniel Arden is a member of Robinson+Cole’s Health Law Group. He advises hospitals, health systems, physician groups, community providers, and other health care entities on a variety of health law and business issues. His practice focuses on health care-related regulatory and transactional matters, as well as health care-related information technology issues. Nathaniel has an extensive background in the healthcare industry, and he worked at a large academic medical center prior to joining the firm.

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