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The Cost Of Health Care Insurance, Taxes and Your W-2

14 February 2013

Notice any different about your form W-2? Take a look at Box 12. See anything that wasn’t there last year? The value of health care coverage provided by your employer is now reported in Box 12 with Code DD to identify the amount. The amount reported in the box should include both the portion paid […]

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IRS Releases Proposed Regs for Health Care Law: Who’s Covered, Who’s Exempt and What Happens If You Don’t Pay?

1 February 2013

The IRS has finally released proposed Regulations relating to the requirement to maintain minimum health care insurance coverage under the terms of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, as amended (“ACA”). Under the terms of ACA, there is a “shared responsibility to reform and […]

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If The Health Care Law Is Really A Tax Law, Is It Doomed on Procedure?

29 June 2012

Now that the dust is settling a bit on the SCOTUS decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, questions are starting to come in fast and furious (no, not that fast and furious). One of the most confusing aspects of the decision hinges on the characterization of the mandate as a tax. If […]

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Why A Vote on the Medical Device Excise Tax Is The Biggest Deal Ever for Obamacare

4 June 2012

You’ve probably never heard of H.R. 436, the Protect Medical Innovation Act of 2011. The bill was proposed by Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-MN) just a few months after the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (more commonly called “the health care reform bill” or alternatively, “Obamacare”) was slated to take effect. It has languished in […]

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New W-2 Reporting Requirements for Health Care Confusing Taxpayers (Already)

10 November 2011

I had prepped myself for the idea that taxpayers were going to be confused by the new health care reporting requirements ever since last year when the rumormongering about taxing health care benefits in 2011 started. I wasn’t expecting taxpayers to be in a dither quite so far ahead of tax season. Judging from the […]

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IRS Asks for Input on Health Care Law

10 May 2011

The IRS is seeking input on the new health care law as it applies to large scale employers. Check it out by clicking here.

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IRS Asks for Input on Health Care Law

10 May 2011

For as long as I’ve been banging away on the keyboard about tax and tax policy, I don’t believe I’ve seen anything more polarizing than the “new” health care act which was signed into law last year. From the so-called Cadillac plans to the increased 1099 reporting requirements, no single piece of legislation has generated […]

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Ask the taxgirl: “Real Estate Tax” In Health Care Law?

19 February 2011

Taxpayer asks: Please tell me this isn’t so…..Under the new health care bill, all real estate transactions will be subject to a 3.8 % sales tax. This new tax is supposed to kick in 2013. taxgirl says: I’ve gotten a few questions about this so-called “real estate tax” lately. Concern about the “tax” has escalated […]

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Health Care Repeal Fails But Key Tax Issue Sails Through

3 February 2011

You know how when you go to the gym at the beginning of the year, you can’t get a spot on treadmill because all of the new folks determined to make a change? All filled with vim and vigor and the best of intentions? (They’re also the ones wearing Uggs on the treadmill and talking […]

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