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IRS watchdog says Obamacare security, anti-fraud measures aren't adequate

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In a newly released report, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration concluded that the system for calculating subsidies for individuals to purchase insurance through President Obama's health care law didn't have adequate measures in place to minimize security risks and prevent fraud. Failure to address the issues could result in tax fraud and the issuance of “erroneous refunds,”...

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