A little-known Obamacare tax on health insurance executives' salaries raised $72 million in new revenue last year. For decades now, the U.S. limited the corporation tax deduction for executive pay to $1 million for the company's top four employees. That deduction cap, however, excluded performance bonuses, creating a massive loophole. The ACA quietly changed the rules for health insurance executives.
Obamacare has a CEO tax — and it just raised $72 million
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