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New healthcare rule says no tax for consumers who obtain rebates from insurers
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A new healthcare rule now means that consumers who receive a discount from an insurer as a part of the healthcare reform overhaul in 2010, known as the medical loss ratio portion of the Affordable Care Act, won’t need to pay taxes on those rebates. The new rules were announced by acting administrator Marilyn Tavenner, from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.