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Healthcare overhaul’s tax provisions have small firms crying foul
Los Angeles Times

Small businesses fear that they may face expensive new payroll paperwork requirements as part of little-known tax provisions in President Obama’s healthcare overhaul.

Starting in 2012, the law would require all businesses to file special forms with the Internal Revenue Service not just for freelancers who work for them, as in the past, but also for stores, vendors and anybody else from whom they buy more than $600 in goods or services over the course of a year.