Published Online: November 20, 2012
Now that the health care law’s future is finally secure, it’s up to the Internal Revenue Service to make sure the money flows.
But only the right amount of money. And only to the people who are supposed to get it. The agency is charged with shouldering some of the law’s most nitty-gritty technical details, from making sure Americans receive the insurance premium tax credits they’re eligible for, to incorporating more than 40 changes to the Tax Code, to collecting penalties from individuals and businesses that fail to meet the law’s insurance requirements.
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