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Penalty for non-compliance with healthcare is Not ENFORCABLE- Link

 
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Penalty for non-compliance with healthcare is Not ENFORCABLE- Link
A person who does not take up health coverage is not subject to criminal or civil penalties under the IRS code and neither does interest accrue for not paying such assessments in a timely manner.

This leaves the IRS with virtually no means of enforcing the fines in the health care reform bill. The only thing the IRS can do is to deduct the health insurance cost from whatever tax credits, refunds or federal benefits a taxpayer is due. But if you are not due to receive any refund or tax credit then there is no way the IRS can enforce the health care reform bill requirements on you. Thus this bill is truly a voluntary tax on the part of the taxpayer.

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Last Edited by Jump Room 2012 on 06/28/2012 11:57 AM
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Re: Penalty for non-compliance with healthcare is Not ENFORCABLE- Link
Good. Who in their right mind will pay it?
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Re: Penalty for non-compliance with healthcare is Not ENFORCABLE- Link
A person who does not take up health coverage is not subject to criminal or civil penalties under the IRS code and neither does interest accrue for not paying such assessments in a timely manner.

This leaves the IRS with virtually no means of enforcing the fines in the health care reform bill. The only thing the IRS can do is to deduct the health insurance cost from whatever tax credits, refunds or federal benefits a taxpayer is due. But if you are not due to receive any refund or tax credit then there is no way the IRS can enforce the health care reform bill requirements on you. Thus this bill is truly a voluntary tax on the part of the taxpayer.

[link to www.getirshelp.com]
 Quoting: Jump Room 2012


Great post. The sheep are flocking to the other posts so they can rant about the system.

The best way to deal with politcal tyranny, is to avoid paying into it. I'm sure it won't be long till they make more laws aggressively enforcing their health insurance ponzi bill...which we can later chose to ignore.
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from april 2010? What does the latest bill say? Pretty old data there.
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Re: Penalty for non-compliance with healthcare is Not ENFORCABLE- Link
A person who does not take up health coverage is not subject to criminal or civil penalties under the IRS code and neither does interest accrue for not paying such assessments in a timely manner.

This leaves the IRS with virtually no means of enforcing the fines in the health care reform bill. The only thing the IRS can do is to deduct the health insurance cost from whatever tax credits, refunds or federal benefits a taxpayer is due. But if you are not due to receive any refund or tax credit then there is no way the IRS can enforce the health care reform bill requirements on you. Thus this bill is truly a voluntary tax on the part of the taxpayer.

[link to www.getirshelp.com]
 Quoting: Jump Room 2012


Great post. The sheep are flocking to the other posts so they can rant about the system.

The best way to deal with politcal tyranny, is to avoid paying into it. I'm sure it won't be long till they make more laws aggressively enforcing their health insurance ponzi bill...which we can later chose to ignore.
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This law gave them 15,000 more agents, and made penalties payable to the Federal Reserve through taxation.

People can't even see this for what it is.

They even had to call it a tax now!

This was more money for the Federal Reserve.

How about some suppressed Health cures, instead of a federal reserve tax payable to the Federal Reserve banking cartel family.

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