Originally Posted by txz4
The amount paid for healthcare minus the tax credit will still far exceed the $2000 tax, hence why i didnt bring it up.
Again, the state exchanges arent going to be able to bring an affordable enough rate forward to beat out the tax.
Lastly the bill states that you have to cover 60% of premiums or you are penalized. Im not sure of how much the penalty would be compared to the cost.
Well of course they're going to pay something haha. The government isn't going to offer free healthcare by way of tax credits, they just want to make it cheaper for companies to offer it.
Just like everything that happens in this world, some people are going to be happy and some people aren't. But that doesn't mean this law should be repealed. It will be improved over time just like our constitution was.
However if this law is ever repealed, then they better get rid of Medicare and Social Security too or its all just political bullshit.