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IRS Already Gearing Up for Health-Care Crackdown

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Ruble Noon, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. aircarver

    aircarver Ride Continues Silver Member

    Hunt down tax cheats ?.. How about starting with the 50% who pay no taxes, instead of rounding up the 'usual suspects' ...... :steamed:

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  2. Cavalry Doc

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    They may be a bit premature in that. Looks like we will be waiting until late June to see what the SCOTUS has to say about it.
     
  3. JFrame

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    Yet another reason Obamacare must die.

    ...And yet more "change" that I think many Obama voters did not anticipate.


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  4. Ruble Noon

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    No money in it.
     
  5. JFrame

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    Yeah -- you can't "spread the wealth around" doing stuff like that... :upeyes:


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  6. callihan_44

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    reading the enforcement side of this mess is going to be interesting to see when the lindsay lohan-dancing with the stars crowd wakes up to a penalty from the IRS for not having health insurance in 2014. The IRS penalty is either a fixed dollar amount, or a percentage of income above the filing threshold, whichever is greater. The law sets the fixed dollar penalty at $95 in 2014, $325 in 2015, $695 in 2016, and indexed to inflation thereafter (capped for a family at 300% of the individual amount).