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|User Info||The Upcoming Healthcare Debacle; entered at 2012-06-17 10:44:16|
Registered: 2009-01-05 Nashville, TN
Sure, as long as you can convince a jury that you can make an unrelated party responsible for the taxes you failed to pay...
You don't need to...the 1099 makes YOU responsible for the taxes...going to court won't mitigate that away...as soon as the hospital writes the "income" off and sends you that little form, it makes you responsible for the taxes they were going to pay if you actually paid your hospital bill...at a higher tax rate, generally, then they would have paid on that income. Their loss of income, becomes your income.