Today, Healthcare.gov disclosed that it sent out 800,000 incorrect statements (an estimated 20% of the total statements sent out) concerning Obamacare tax credits.
Those affected are being told to hold off preparing their taxes until new statements are sent out in March. However, 50,000 have already filed their taxes and the IRS mulling over what to do with those who have received these tax credits.
True to form, the Obama Administration is refusing to accept responsibility for its mistake and White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest has refused to apologize for the error.
Healthcare.gov also announced that people could sign up for Obamacare plans through the end of April and they too can look forward to receiving an incorrect tax statement next year.
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