Skip to comments.Obamacare Tax Hikes Irk Taxpayers; Illegal aliens, prisoners exempt
Posted on 07/02/2012 7:26:20 AM PDT by QT3.14
Heres a Comprehensive List of Tax Hikes in Obamacare...[SNIP]...Exemptions for religious objectors, UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS [poster's emphasis], prisoners, those earning less than the poverty line, members of Indian tribes, and hardship cases (determined by HHS)
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Is there a minimum requirement in order to keep the IRS goons off your back. For instance, can one purchase Catastrophic coverage only?
So they just show up at ER when they need treatment, can't be refused, and who pays for it?
You think they care about insurance when they get free medical treatment?
I am beginning to think after age 70 or so that being imprisoned might not be all that bad. Especially if you can do some sort of white-collar crime that lands you on a minimum security “campus”. Free medical, dental, clothing, cable TV...what’s not to like? Oh, freedom? That is so passe’.
Are they exempt from treatment denial by the shovel-ready ∅Care Death Panel ™ ?
Wait till peolpe who sell their homes or real estate find out they owe Obama 3.9% of the purchase price. That should do wonders for the housing market and the economy. People who are underwater will be an additional 3.9% when the TAX takes effect.
"... once more rumors are circulating on the Internet and by e-mail that the health care reform law enacted two years ago includes a 3.8 percent transfer tax on real estate starting in 2013. That rumor is not true; NAR has material available to you to explain how that 3.8 percent tax works. Its a tax on a very narrow band of investment income for high-wealth households (those who earn $250,000 in a joint return or $200,000 as an individual) that could come into play on the sale of a house if the sales gain is more than $500,000 for a married couple or $250,000 for an individual."
Source: National Association of REALTORS®
Alternatives to Obamacare home research bookmark. Oh, BTW, thanks for the link.
You can add most union members and politicians as well.
We all know that our rulers cannot be expected to live on the same few crumbs they force on the rest of us, the real working class.
FUBO & FAD
Starting in 2014 the new law requires individuals to purchase health insurance or pay a penalty. However, the law also contains a provision that members of health care sharing ministries are not subject to the insurance requirement. Therefore, the new law does not hinder current or new members of SMI from participating in our ministry.
Only white people have to obey the law.
Making anyone else obey the law is “racist”.
With my luck they would say, "Senior moment"... and take me home!
How amusing. Lawbreakers exempt from the enforcement of law. No wonder we’re headed to financial and intellectual death.
Muslims have their own theocratic government and bow to their capital of their empire 5 times a day, every day.
Soon you will have to pay a kufir tax. Y’know, just as a penalty, not to FORCE you into Islam...
Is it 3.9% for all home sales or just ones over a certain amount?
But it does apply to “net rents” on investment properties.
Now rents will be raised by 3.8% or more
“But, isn’t it sweet illegals get a free ride and let the gringos foot the bill - not to mention they are excempt from the Death Panels that we face?”
Arizona is are right, it is the objective of the Present Federal Government to encourage the illegal alien invasion and compensation of our jobs. They get not only immunity from sketchily deportation but preferential treatment over citizens.
Geez, you miss post 24?
The people I know without health insurance can’t afford it. Now they will have to pay a fine that most likely will be equal to the coverage premium that they could not afford in the first place. Does not make much sense.
Why do they call this Affordable? I can see if premiums were around $20-30 a month.
See my earlier post.
Yes, the health law will impose a 3.8 percent tax on investment profits and other non-wage income starting in 2013. But that tax applies only to couples with adjusted gross income of $250,000 (or individuals with AGI of $200,000). About 95 percent of households make less than that, and will be exempt from the law no matter what. In addition, couples who sell a personal residence can exclude the first $500,000 in profit from tax ($250,000 for singles). That would be profit from a home sale, not proceeds. So a couple that bought a house for $100,000 and sold it for $599,000 would owe no tax, even under the health law.
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