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IRS notifying insurance companies?

Discussion in 'Activism' started by HisSoldier, Jun 20, 2014.

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  1. HisSoldier

    HisSoldier Member

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    I can't really believe this...
    99% of my companies business has nothing to do with guns, but a year ago or so suddenly our insurance carrier, Hartford, dropped us even though there had been no claims. We were told it was because of the tiny bit of gun business we do.
    So, we found another carrier, doubled the price and excluded gun part coverage, today we got another notice of closure.

    The clerk at the post office said Mr. Obama had a program wherein the IRS, when they discover anyone making guns or gun parts, would notify that companies insurance carrier.

    I'm passing this on at the risk of being called gullible. It's clear though that someone told them.

    Crazy?
     
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  2. dogtown tom

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    And Obamacare has a secret clause that invalidates the Second Amendment.
    :rolleyes:
     
  3. Art Eatman

    Art Eatman Administrator Staff Member

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    Odds are that if you check in with some of the firearms manufacturers or with ammo manufacturers, you'd get more accurate information than an "I heard" comment from a postal employee.

    And so, closed.
     
  4. Frank Ettin

    Frank Ettin Moderator

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    You're basing this on something that a clerk in a post office said? How would a clerk in a post office know?

    Anyway, see 26 USC 6103:

    It's a very long an involved statute, but the bottom line is that nothing therein would allow disclosure of tax information to insurance companies for the use described.
     
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