Repeal the HIT to lower health care costs.

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Looming 2020 HIT Threatens Millennial Generation

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HIT Impact

If the Health Insurance Tax (HIT) is not suspended by the end of the year, I may be forced to charge more for the services we provide.

Nick Pappas| Small Business Owner | New Hampshire

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Majority of Americans oppose the HIT & the added costs to consumers’ premiums.

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Coalition Urges Senate Finance Health Taskforce to Prioritize HIT Relief

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The HIT

The Health Insurance Tax—or HIT—is a multi-billion dollar tax imposed on health insurance premiums for poor and middle class workers, seniors, small businesses, and Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries. The HIT has made healthcare less affordable for those most in need of relief.

In a new poll from Morning Consult, 2 in 3 adults (66 percent) are very concerned that if Congress does not delay the HIT, it could cost the average American family an additional $500 a year. Stop The HIT Coalition members call on Congressional leaders to suspend the tax immediately.

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28.8 million

small businesses are facing skyrocketing health insurance expenses.

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If you share our concerns about the HIT’s ability to raise health care costs and drive U.S. job loss, we want to hear from you!