How The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act Ranks in Tax Increases


There are several tax increases in the PPACA. One on expensive health care plans, the kind purchased by income earners over $250,000 +. The same group of income earners will see a slight increase in their medicaid tax (less than 1%), and insurance companies will see an increase. The table above compares its increases to other increases since the 1950.

 

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