The Washington Times by way of World Net Daily reports, the IRS is plowing ahead with controversial plans to use its files to try to prod more people to sign up for Obamacare — but the tax agency has promised Congress it won’t break any privacy laws. The letters are set to go out beginning next week, and are aimed at Americans who are paying the tax penalty rather than obtaining health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. The IRS says the 2010 law requires it to inform those individuals they could do better by signing up for the embattled program.
The IRS is trenching forward with controversial strategies to utilize its files to attempt to push more folks to sign up for Obamacare – but the tax agency has guaranteed Congress it will not break any privacy laws.
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The letters are set to go forth beginning next week, and are targeted at Americans who are paying the tax penalty rather than acquiring health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. The IRS states the 2010 law involves it to notify those people they could do better by signing up for the crenelated program.
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“In keeping with our commitment to taxpayer confidentiality, we will send the letters directly to taxpayers; under no circumstances will we share the identities of these taxpayers or any other protected taxpayer information with CMS or with any other entity,” IRS Commissioner John G. Koskinen told Congress on Oct. 31, in documents obtained by The Washington Times.
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