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H.R. 3200 Health Care Bill
Employers
Taxed - Private Insured Citizens Taxed - Doctor Payments Limited

Debra J.M. Smith

 

 

Let's Look Right Into The H.R. 3200 Health Care Bill: Click Here

All quotes are from the health care bill.

You will pay through the teeth, for private health insurance,
if the H.R. 3200 Health Care Bill passes into law.

The moment your private health care issuer enrolls any non-mandated changes to its terms, etc., your private health care plan, will no longer qualify. This will force your employer to offer a government plan, or get taxed, which will cause you to have to pay full price for your private insurance, if your employer is unable to continue to offer your private plan. It will also cause you to be taxed by the IRS, for no longer having what is considered a "Qualified Health Plan."

If You Do Not Have "Acceptable Health Coverage," You Will Be Taxed
Tax on people without acceptable health care coverage.
--Pages 167 - 168 Sec. 59 (b)

Quote: TAX IMPOSED.—In the case of any individual who does not meet the requirements of subsection (d) at any time during the taxable year, there is hereby imposed a tax equal to 2.5 percent of the excess of— the taxpayer’s modified adjusted gross in come for the taxable year, over the amount of gross income specified in section 6012(a) with respect to the taxpayer.
 

If You Are An Employer, You Will Be Taxed If You Do Not Offer A "Qualified Health Benefits Plan"
Employer Responsibility to Cover Employees With A "Qualified Health Benefits Plan" -
This Will Force Your Boss To Offer The Government Plans, If Your Private Plans No Longer Qualify.
 
Subtitle B --Pages 143 - 144 and Page 183

Quote: SEC. 311. HEALTH COVERAGE PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS. An employer meets the requirements of this section if such employer does all of the following: OFFER OF COVERAGE.—The employer offers each employee individual and family coverage under a qualified health benefits plan (or under a current employment-based health plan (within the meaning of section 102(b) in accordance with section 312.

Quote: SEC. 412 (C) EMPLOYERS ELECTING TO NOT PROVIDE HEALTH BENEFITS.— IN GENERAL.—In addition to other taxes, there is hereby imposed on every nonelecting employer an excise tax, with respect to having individuals in his employ, equal to 8 percent of the wages (as defined in section 3121(a)) paid by him with respect to employment (as defined in section 3121(b)). SPECIAL RULES FOR SMALL EMPLOYERS.—1 ‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—In the case of any employer who is small employer for any calendar year, paragraph (1) shall be applied by substituting the applicable percentage determined in accordance with the following table for percent’:


‘‘If the annual payroll of such employer for the preceding calendar year: The applicable percentage is:

Does not exceed $250,000 ..................................... 0 percent

Exceeds $250,000, but does not exceed $300,000 2 percent

Exceeds $300,000, but does not exceed $350,000 4 percent

Exceeds $350,000, but does not exceed $400,000 6 percent.

Keeping Your Private Health Insurance, Will End Up Causing You To Be Taxed By The IRS
Private Insurance Companies (Issuers) Restrictions On New Customers and Policy Changes,
Which Will Cause Them To Eventually NOT Qualify As "Acceptable Coverage,"
Causing Us To Join A Government Plan Or Be Taxed By The IRS

Section 102 (a) (1 and 2) --Page 16

Quote: GRANDFATHERED HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE DEFINED.—Subject to the succeeding provisions of this section, for purposes of establishing acceptable coverage under this division, the term ‘‘grandfathered health insurance coverage’’ means individual health insurance coverage that is offered and in force and effect before the first day of Y1 if the following conditions are met: LIMITATION ON NEW ENROLLMENT.— IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in this paragraph, the individual health insurance issuer offering such coverage does not enroll any individual in such coverage if the first effective date of coverage is on or after the first day of Y1. DEPENDENT COVERAGE PERMITTED.—Subparagraph shall not affect the subsequent enrollment of a dependent of an individual who is covered as of such first day. LIMITATION ON CHANGES IN TERMS OR CONDITIONS.—Subject to paragraph and except as required by law, the issuer does not change any of its terms or conditions, including benefits and cost-sharing, from those in effect as of the day before the first day of Y1.


A Bureaucratic Nightmare Committee Will Choose What Care You And Your Family Get,
With Your Health Care Needs.
The Committee Will Also Decide Your Doctors' Payment For Services.
This Will Cause A Further Shortage In Doctors.
An "Appointed" Health Benefits Advisory Committee
Will Report To PRESIDENT
"Appointed" Secretary of Health and Human Services,
Who Will Make All of The Final Decisions For The Government Health Care Plans.

--Pages 30 - 32 Sec. 123

Quote: SEC. 123. HEALTH BENEFITS ADVISORY COMMITTEE. ESTABLISHMENT.—IN GENERAL.—There is established a private-public advisory committee which shall be a panel of medical and other experts to be known as the Health Benefits Advisory Committee to recommend covered benefits and essential, enhanced, and premium plans. CHAIR.—The Surgeon General shall be a member and the chair of the Health Benefits Advisory Committee. MEMBERSHIP.—The Health Benefits Advisory Committee shall be composed of the following 24 members, in addition to the Surgeon General: 9 members who are not Federal employees or officers and who are appointed by the President. 9 members who are not Federal employees or officers and who are appointed by  the Comptroller General of the United States in a manner similar to the manner in which the Comptroller General appoints members to the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission under section 1805(c) of the Social Security Act. Such even number of members (not to exceed who are Federal employees and officers, as the President may appoint. Such initial appointments shall be made not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of this Act. TERMS.—Each member of the Health Benefits Advisory Committee shall serve a 3-year term on the Committee, except that the terms of the initial members shall be adjusted in order to provide for a staggered term of appointment for all such members. PARTICIPATION.—The membership of the Health Benefits Advisory Committee shall at least reflect providers, consumer representatives, employers, labor, health insurance issuers, experts in health care financing and delivery, experts in racial and ethnic disparities, experts in care for those with disabilities, representatives of relevant governmental agencies. and at least one practicing physician or other health professional and an expert on children’s health and shall represent a balance among various sectors of the health care system so that no single sector unduly influences the recommendations of such Committee. DUTIES.— RECOMMENDATIONS ON BENEFIT STANDARDS.—The Health Benefits Advisory Committee shall recommend to the Secretary of Health and Human Services (in this subtitle referred to as the ‘‘Secretary’’) benefit standards (as defined in paragraph, and periodic updates to such standards. In developing such recommendations, the Committee shall take into account innovation in health care and consider how such standards could reduce health disparities. DEADLINE.—The Health Benefits Advisory Committee shall recommend initial benefit standards to the Secretary not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this Act.

H.R. 3200 Health Care Bill 
Beyond The Promotion of Our Welfare
The Take Over of Our Health Care

The preamble of the U.S. Constitution, declares that the constitution was ordained and established, for reasons that include, the promotion of the general welfare of Americans. Hence, it was not established to put any one person or group of persons, in charge of our welfare, but rather to keep such control in the hands of the people. We know this because it was, "We the people of the United States," who were speaking. And they were not saying that they wanted to give up control of anything to anyone. They wanted to "promote" their own welfare and their posterity's, which means the succeeding or future generations.

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