Skip to comments.Health Care HSA Changes Result In Higher Taxes For All
Posted on 03/30/2010 7:40:42 AM PDT by Biggirl
So much for the promise that Americans making $200,000 or less would not pay one single dime in extra taxes. Just another promise that reached its expiration date, but at this point can we just call every Obama promise a lie? In November, I wrote about proposed Flexible Savings Account (FSA) changes in the House health care legislation. Those terrible changes are now law (Sec. 9005 of H.R. 3590). Today, lets take a look at the Health Savings Account (HSA) changes and the new tax on drug companies.
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The content of federal health care is irrelevant. Any federal version of health care on its face is unconstitutional since Article 1 Section 8 does not specifically grant Congress the power to regulate health care. The people are not bound to comply with any unconstitutional act. This is the point where people need to focus.
Today, lets take a look at the Health Savings Account.$0.00
Since I have to pay for those services with after tax money and I'm paying almost 50% taxes on every dollar earned, I'll simply purchase half as often.
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