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Legal Alert: White Paper Discussing the Impact of Health Care Reform on Individual and Small Business Taxes
April 20, 2010
Jeffrey S. Ashendorf
In addition to significantly changing our health care and health-care delivery systems, and imposing new requirements upon employers and insurers alike, the newly-enacted health care reform laws contain a number of provisions that directly affect individuals by changing their tax situations, or by imposing additional tax liabilities. Furthermore, for owners of small businesses and their workers, the health care reform legislation has some key tax-related provisions, including tax credits, excise taxes and penalties. Ford & Harrison attorney Jeffrey Ashendorf discusses the provisions affecting individuals and small businesses in a white paper that you can access by clicking
or by going to our web site at
dated March 24, 2010, April 13, 2010 and April 19, 2010, also available on our web site,
, provide a general description of the legislation.
If you have any questions about the issues discussed in the white paper or the new law in general, you can contact
, any member of Ford & Harrison's
practice group or the Ford & Harrison attorney with whom you usually work.
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