If I spent $28,000 on my health care in one year, I wouldn't think $504 the next year was any kind of bummer, but rather a huge relief. But I guess handing $504 over to our government bothers you more than handing $28,000 over to businesses. I occasionally find the conservative view hard to understand, and this makes it more clear, so thanks. Also for the heads-up on tax implications of inheritance in case we ever receive one. Golly, why does everything have to be political. You forget one thing: When I was paying the huge premiums, I had earned income. I'm retired now. I have SS and whatever I choose to take from my portfolio. There's a big difference.
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