Skip to comments.IRS Warns Employers: Do Not Try to Avoid ObamaCare Insurance Mandate
Posted on 01/13/2013 5:18:13 AM PST by IbJensen
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Please explain that statement, especially as to why it is a low-moral decision.
It's one thing to hire many part-time people in order to comply with regulations, so you rotate many people through employment. It's another thing entirely, at least to me, to bring the same person back in under another payroll in order to avoid the tax. If that person is that good an employee and you are willing to play that game, as an employer you are not a good person.
Maybe if I used the expression "low-rent" instead of "low morals" it would have been easier to understand my intent?
I am in the IT field as a contractor.
The IRS is already looking at us to make us employees because the companies that contract with us have to much control over the when, what, where, and how of the job.
Extortion-Care. This is all about the failed bailout of 2008, thus now attempting Collateral Transformation to secure U.S. downgraded debt, and bailout favored “insurance” companies, which are really “insurance-banking” investment firms.
All on everyone else but the “Exempt Ones.”
Obama’s IRS attack dogs are baring their teeth.
They care. they all think that if they cooperate they will part of the new Nomenklatura.
Employers don’t want to pay for health insurance.
In the end, the government will take over a la single payer.
ObamaCare was never intended as anything more than a rest stop enroute to the final destination - government-run health care.
So trying to avoid a tax is low-moral or low-rent? An employee can be held in high regard but it does not follow that high regard will justify paying the employee more. Pay is typically based on the amount of profit an employee helps produce. A tax is simply an added cost that an employee will have to cover in their worth to an employer.
As to trying to get around this idiotic tax on employment by structing one job into two different employers, it may be better for the employee than having to work at two different places.
If the customer will not buy said company’s products because the price is too high than the employee is not needed. But if the price can be lowered by structuring the one job into two and thereby avoiding a tax, the price can be lowered and the job retained.
I’m sad to say that I can’t disagree with something like that happening. At this point, all bets are off. (I expect the 3rd Amendment to be violated not by quartering soldiers, but illegal aliens. We would be “sponsors” & it would called “our civic duty”.)
Yep. I don’t understand why more people are not clamoring for secession. It will be virtually impossible to reverse the damage 0bama & the democrats have done for the past 5 years.