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Obamacare: A welcome mat for IRS horrors

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posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 03:55 PM
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This article is showing how something as "simple" and tempting like enrolling for insurance on the exchange and getting tax credits and subsides can open a can of worms that will crawl on you for years to come.

It seems that things like this will massively increase the chances of a dreaded IRS audit.

The checkpoints are continuous and endless.

And naturally, the middle income *qualifiers* are the most at risk.

Obamacare: A welcome mat for IRS horrors


So you’ve maneuvered the Obamacare website, plugged in your top-secret information and found out how much you are paying.

And for some of you, it turns out you qualify for a government subsidy — making the premium sound like a bargain. But signing on that line to accept the government’s cash also means you’re making a deal with the devil.

The government hasn’t told you this subsidy comes with a price — even more intrusion into your everyday life, said Joshua Archambault, a senior fellow with the Foundation for Government Accountability.

Take a number and have a seat.

The "Letter" is in the Mail



yourauditnotice.gov




posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 04:57 PM
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It is all just to force further invasions of our privacy, and more control over our lives by the government.

I mean we wouldn't want a single taxpayer to get one single extra Penney of their tax dollars spent on them, it isn't like they are an elite banker or a government agency or something.

That would be waste of tax dollars, only the already rich and government agencies and employees are allowed to get tax payer money wasted on them.

God...you little people just don't understand how this is all supposed to work do you.



 
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