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Pay & Benefits

Travel

Pay

Many factors affect your paycheck, including location, specialty, and benefits you choose. To receive top pay, its important to be flexible to location and shift. You may also be eligible for housing, transportation, and meal stipends to reimburse you for actual expenses incurred while on a travel assignment. Your Travel Coordinator will review all these details with you during contract placement. 

Medical Plan

A comprehensive medical, dental and vision plan is available starting the 1st of the month following 30 days of employment. 

Sick Pay

You’ll start accruing sick time on the first day of your assignment and earn 1 hour for every 30 hours worked which can start to use after 90 days. 

Perks & Discounts

We’ve made it easy for you to access amazing discounts, cashback offers and perks on thousands of brands you love in a variety of categories including travel, auto, electronics, apparel, education, entertainment, restaurants, and lots more!

Quick Travel Nurse Tax Tips

Talking about income, taxes, and the IRS may be a bit scary. However, there are some things you can do to keep this experience from being so complicated.
Keep track of your mileage. On January 1, write down your odometer reading. At the end of the year, on December 31, re-record it. If you are starting in the middle of the year, check maintenance records to find the appropriate odometer reading.
If possible, you should return to your tax home between your travel assignments- but if that’s not possible, at least return once a year.
Make sure you have a PRN or agency job within the vicinity of your tax home. The IRS wants to know that you’re doing business in the area where you live.
You don’t have to worry about keeping track of your grocery/meal receipts because the IRS has a set stipend for meals. If you exceed this, it’s considered living above your means, and you won’t get reimbursed.
Ensure that you keep copies of all of your contracts that clearly state the beginning and ending dates. This will be proof that you’re working on a temp basis.
Never work more than 12 months in 24 months on a travel assignment. If you do, the IRS will assume you abandoned your tax home.
Find a tax professional that specializes in travel nursing.

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