Private medical insurance
- Roll call. // Human Events;3/10/95, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p22
Reports on the US House of Representatives' rejection of a pro-reverse discrimination amendment to a bill that would permanently extend a 25 percent tax deduction to the self-employed for health insurance. Amendment's aim of altering funding mechanism in the bill to protect a Federal...
- House takes on regulation, Senate fails to clear BBA. // Human Events;3/10/95, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p22
Reports on the US House of Representatives' passage of HR 831 that would permanently extend a 25 percent tax deduction for health insurance costs to the self-employed. Defeat of efforts to strip the bill's funding mechanism to protect a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program of...
- Senate panel makes permanent health insurance tax break for self-employed. G.L. // AHA News;3/20/95, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p3
Reports on the Senate Finance Committee's March 15, 1995 approval of a bill to extend permanently a health insurance tax deduction for self-employed persons. Approval of the amendment by Senator William V. Roth Jr. to raise the deduction to 30% for 1995 and beyond.
- Health-Plan Tax Idea Drawing Union Fire. Klein, Alyson // Education Week;11/18/2009, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p1
The article discusses a provision in the U.S. Senate version of the national health care bill which taxes insurance companies on high-cost health coverage. Teachers' unions, it notes, are joining other unions in opposing the tax. They state that teachers have given up higher salaries in return...
- Democrats call on Clinton to veto Murdoch tax break. // Hollywood Reporter;4/6/95, Vol. 336 Issue 37, p6
Reports that several Democratic congressmen are urging United States President Bill Clinton to veto legislation that combines health insurance tax deductions for some 3 million Americans with a tax break for media magnate Rupert Murdoch. Details of the legislation; Benefits of deals involving...
- Private Health Insurance: Potential Tax Benefit of a Health Insurance Deduction Proposed in H.R. 2990: HEHS-00-104R. // GAO Reports;4/21/2000, p1
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO provided information on the potential tax benefit individuals could receive as a result of a health insurance tax deduction proposed in H.R. 2990, focusing on: (1) GAO's estimation of both the number of people who would potentially be eligible for a tax...
- Health insurance deduction. // Overdrive;Jun95, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p31
Reports on the passage of a law allowing self-employed people to take a 25% income tax deduction for health insurance premiums. Filing of an amended return.
- Roll call. // Human Events;3/10/95, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p23
Reports on the US House of Representatives' passage of a bill that would restore a tax deduction of 25 percent of the costs of health insurance for the self-employed. Expiration of deduction on December 31, 1993; Elimination of a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) tax-credit program for...
- Time bomb. Peyser, Marc; Howard, Lucy // Newsweek;10/17/1994, Vol. 124 Issue 16, p4
Focuses on Congress' failure before adjourning to extend an IRS provision permitting the self-employed to deduct the cost of health-care insurance. Number of people affected; Outlook for the provision.