“We’re listening to businesses about the healthcare law” was the headline of a post on the White House blog yesterday. Presidential advisor Valerie Jarrett announced in the blog that the White House would extend until 2015 the deadline for employers to comply with the Affordable Care Act, and would meantime work to streamline the law’s reporting requirements.
Others note that it translates to a multi-billion-dollar reduction in expected federal revenue for next year: noncompliant employers—those with more than 50 workers who do not provide health insurance—won't be assessed fines of $2,000 per employee until 2015. The Chicago Tribune reports:
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"Tuesday's delay also raised questions about initial funding for Obamacare. The employer mandate is expected to raise $140 billion in revenues over the next 10 years, according to the