Tax Fiasco

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Editor:

It is utterly amazing to me that high value contract work such as computer systems is let without an ironclad contract, including a performance and/or completion bond. Such a contract should also include penalties for not meeting incremental milestones/dates as well as a final completion date.

From the article it appears that there is absolutely no control over this tax issue. Someone had to authorize and sign some sort of contract.

Let us readers see this “contract” and who authorized it. I for one want to see a name.

And, pray tell, who is going to pay, and how much, for the “credit lines” in the meantime?

J B Shevlin

Comments

don evans 5 months, 1 week ago

Gee, maybe Gila County is just following the example of the Obama care roll out and dysfunctional web site. Has Gila County said their sorry too, yet?

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Nancy Volz 5 months, 1 week ago

The ACA website (healthcare.gov) works just fine. Saved me almost half of what I currently am paying AND I get better preventative coverage and a much lower deductible. Amazing what one finds out when one researches for him/herself. I found out that people with pre-existing conditions did get the screws put to them. Not anymore! Woo-hoo!

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Patricia Johnson 5 months, 1 week ago

Nancy, Will you be volunteering your time and expertise to assist others in navigating the ACA website? I think you should offer seminars, classes or individual counseling sessions so that others can share in your success!

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Nancy Volz 5 months ago

Have you tried the website for yourself? Or on Medicare or an employer plan and may not need the Marketplace? It doesn't take much "navigating" as it is pretty good now. Took me several tries over 30 days, but got an account, then after a couple more tries, enrolled in a plan. Just follow the directions... You can always use the toll-free number instead. The chat works, too.

That said, would be glad to help you. Wanna get together?!

Come on, folks. Open your minds a bit before bashing something or someone.

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