PG 198 Line 4-6 5.4% ADDITIONAL TAX on peeps who have income of $1mil+. Redistribution of Wealth
PG 936 Government will develop “Healthy People & National Public Health Performance Standards” Tell me what to eat?
PG 111 Line 208 The Federal Government will usurp all State powers in State Based HealthCare Exchange. Violation of 10th Amend.
10 (1) a State (or group of States, subject to the
11 approval of the Commissioner) applies to the Com
12 missioner for approval of a State-based Health In
13 surance Exchange to operate in the State (or group
14 of States); and
15 (2) the Commissioner approves such State
16 based Health Insurance Exchange,
17 then, subject to subsections (c) and (d), the State-based
18 Health Insurance Exchange shall operate, instead of the
19 Health Insurance Exchange, with respect to such State
20 (or group of States). The Commissioner shall approve a
21 State-based Health Insurance Exchange if it meets the re
22 quirements for approval under subsection (b).
Pgs 797-800 SEC. 1744 PAYMENTS for grad medical education. The government will now control Drs education.
(bb) PAYMENT FOR GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The term ‘medical assistance’ includes payment for costs of graduate medical education consistent with this subsection, whether provided in or outside of a hospital.
(2) SUBMISSION OF INFORMATION.—For purposes of paragraph (1) and section 1902(a)(13)(A)(v), payment for such costs is not consistent with this subsection unless—
(A) the State submits to the Secretary, in a timely manner and on an annual basis specified by the Secretary, information on total payments for graduate medical education and how such payments are being used for graduate medical education, including—
(i) the institutions and programs eligible for receiving the funding;
(ii) the manner in which such payments are calculated;
(iii) the types and fields of education being supported;
(iv) the workforce or other goals to which the funding is being applied;
(v) State progress in meeting such goals; and
(vi) such other information as the Secretary determines will assist in carrying out paragraphs (3) and (4); and
(B) such expenditures are made consistent with such goals and requirements as are established under paragraph (4).
Originally posted by Walkswithfish
I have been following this closely, mainly to see how your findings compared to my own, that said each person needs to draw their own conclusions from this plan. I have my own, and would like to present them, but somehow I believe this is not the place for that.
Originally posted by Jenna
PG 151 Line 1-3 Aggregate Rules-tax on employers payroll not on public option include payroll of other biz.
From pages 150-151 Lines 19-5
(3) ANNUAL PAYROLL.—For purposes of this paragraph, the term ‘‘annual payroll’’ means, with respect to any employer for any calendar year, the aggregate wages paid by the employer during such calendar year.
(4) AGGREGATION RULES.—Related employers and predecessors shall be treated as a single employer for purposes of this subsection.
I don't really understand the claim, so I'm not sure what to call it.
This section I do understand though, I think. I think this means that if I go work at companies A, B, and C all in the same calender year, my wages from those three employers will be considered to have been from the same source. It's entirely possible I'm way off on this one though. Anyone have a better idea as to what this section means?
Originally posted by mikerussellus
reply to post by redhatty
I know this is entirely off topic, (thanks by the way-it was an education for me, I'm glad I was able to do this) but your avitar, from the other you had, just made me spill a glass of 15 year old scotch all over my desk. I can't stop laughing at the change.
Originally posted by exile1981
Actually I take it to mean that if I own company A and I higher company B to do work for me under contract then the amount of my payroll and the amount paid to B will be combined as far as determining my tax rate. I think this is to stop someone from making all of there employees contract employees and thereby reducing "payroll" and tax rate.