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55 Pa. Code § 6100.663. Administrative buildings.

§ 6100.663. Administrative buildings.

 (a)  An administrative building acquired prior to June 30, 2009, that is in use and for which the provider has an outstanding original loan with a term of 15 years or more is an allowable cost for the provider to continue to claim principal and interest payments for the administrative or nonresidential building over the term of the loan.

 (b)  The provider shall ensure a down payment made as part of the asset purchase shall be considered part of the cost of the administrative building or capital improvement and depreciated over the useful life of the administrative building or capital improvement.

 (c)  The provider shall receive prior written approval from the Department for a planned major renovation of an administrative building with a cost above 25% of the current value of the administrative building being renovated.

 (d)  The provider shall use the depreciation methodology in accordance with §  6100.661 (relating to administrative fixed assets).

 (e)  The provider may not claim a depreciation allowance on an administrative building that is donated.

Cross References

   This section cited in 55 Pa. Code §  6100.641 (relating to cost-based rate); 55 Pa. Code §  6100.802 (relating to support coordination, targeted support management and base-funding support coordination); and 55 Pa. Code §  6100.803 (relating to organized health care delivery system).



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