Q. I've heard that taxes are being raised dramatically for all Americans to cover the bureaucracy of Obamacare. So where are the savings for working Americans?A . Several readers wrote to let me know they really, really didn't agree with last week's news item on how the new health care law seems to be working , including the gentleman who asked me to write about how taxes are being raised "dramatically for all Americans."Sorry, can't do that, because taxes have not been raised for ordinary, non-wealthy Americans to pay for the Affordable Care Act. Here's a rundown of who is being affected by new taxes embedded in the law.(I'm not, by the way, including the tax penalties for being uninsured , or the equivalent "employer responsibility" penalties that large employers will start paying next year if they choose not to offer insurance to their employees, because unlike the taxes listed below, it's within your power to avoid those fees.)Only two Affordable Care Act taxes apply to individuals...
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