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Avoiding Obamacare

From what I understand, the gov't can only collect the penalty for non-compliance by taking it out of your tax return. If you don't get a tax return, they legally have no way to get the money from you.

A company or a state should have the balls to set up a free-market plan that uses HSA's and catastrophic coverage to keep costs low and encourage their subscribers to take the penalty but never pay it.

With millions of people being kicked off of "subpar" plans, a company could make a killing by offering a plan that spits in the face of Obamacare

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This is what I've been saying...

If what came from the House was a bill making non-compliance a penalty, a Supreme Court justice can't determine it is a tax, justices don't have that authority, they can't change the language of the law.

When, on the other hand, the Supreme Court determined it to be a tax, it must be sent back to the House, all tax bills originate in the House. If not, it is an unconstitutional law, which makes it null and void.

I hate to think of the billions spent on this monster. The Affordable Care Act (what a joke) was illegally and unconstitutionally passed by Harry Reid and the other traitors in the Senate and signed by a poser in the White House.

It's time for the American people to roll up their sleeves and get to work. Write, call and email your representatives. I'd love to hear the responses. I also find it hard to believe the people in Washington haven't thought this through.

A lien on your house if you own one

It is my understanding that they can also put a lien on you home if you have one. I'm not sure how that would work, but if you don't pay property taxes they can sell your home at auction and you get any extra beyond the outstanding taxes plus you get to keep the mortgage.

Also people are saying that the fine is $95 the first year but that is only the minimum. You can be fined 1% of your income the first year and that percentage will go up in future years. 1% of $30,000 is $300.

Mighty mountains in grandeur stand, but tiny raindrops turn them to sand! Noah, I think I just felt a raindrop!!

They just add any penalty to your annual tax bill

Good luck with that but im all in favor of anyone finding a loophole