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Mark de LA says
MeE 2013-12-27 09:03:50 16993
& now:

The cost of President Obama’s massive health-care law will hit Americans in 2014 as new taxes pile up on their insurance premiums and on their income-tax bills.

Most insurers aren’t advertising the ObamaCare taxes that are added on to premiums, opting instead to discretely pass them on to customers while quietly lobbying lawmakers for a break.

But one insurance company, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama, laid bare the taxes on its bills with a separate line item for “Affordable Care Act Fees and Taxes.”

The new taxes on one customer’s bill added up to $23.14 a month, or $277.68 annually, according to Kaiser Health News. It boosted the monthly premium from $322.26 to $345.40 for that individual.

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Mark de LA says
seth 2013-12-27 10:00:47 16993
source: from some souce not really specified

But one insurance company, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama, laid bare the taxes on its bills with a separate line item for “Affordable Care Act Fees and Taxes.”

The new taxes on one customer’s bill added up to $23.14 a month, or $277.68 annually, according to Kaiser Health News. It boosted the monthly premium from $322.26 to $345.40 for that individual
... It might be interesting to find in the actual ACA where new taxes were accessed on health care.  Me, i don't believe they amount to what is being quoted above. 

Incidentally it is kind of funny for a company to pass the taxes on its profit along to its customers.  Maybe i should try that ... figure out how much of the tax on my profit i'm going to have to pay and try to add it back to what i charge my customers.  I find the notion hilarious to be honest with you ... but i doubt you can get the joke.
Maybe read the entire article & you will get the joke ... then too maybe not. Your comment makes no sense at all.