Have we discussed the Obamacare decision?
I don't think so. One thing that I didn't know about with the Obamacare laws was that it also removed insurance's cap on lifetime and annual spending on each individual. This has now taken on a new meaning for me and my family, after looking at how much we've spent on healthcare for our newest child. This is in terms of hospitalization, doctor's office visits, medication, durable medical equipment, and the like.
Our child has cystic fibrosis. This has brought the whole "healthcare debate" into new considerations for us. I'll admit... it's changing how I view some things. Luckily we have good insurance.
Anyway, some are arguing that because the tax penalty is $0, there's still a tax, it's just not levied, and that the ruling is incorrect. Others have said it could be easily changed by the new Congress and we'll be back to where we were. What's y'all's opinions?