Buried in the Affordable Health Care Reform Act, are many taxes that the majority of us would have to admit, that we do not know about or thoroughly understand. One in particular that affects us every time we go to a cash register is a medical excise tax on retail receipts. Cabela’s, a popular sporting goods store, has elected to make this a line item on their cash register receipts, drawing attention to the amount of money that is being taken and applied toward our new health care reform. Here is the full story.
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