Yesterday I was looking over the additional paperwork that needs to be complete for Obamacare and all I can say is GHEESH, talk about making things harder and more complex. There are at least two new areas that will require calculations and one more tax document that the Health insurer must send to you. I have as of yet to receive mine. What I did not like, and I might be speaking a bit premature as I have not done the final paperwork- just a review- there seemed to be a section that made you have to subtract the lowest health premium you could have opted for from what you actually paid. I guess this could be part of that Cadillac tax stuff they have been going on about in the news. I don't understand how the lowest premium could have a bearing on what a person actually paid. You get the plan that fits your need not the cheapest just because it is cheap. Time will tell, I have a feeling I may need more then just a weekend to do my taxes this year. It just seems that to go for the cheapest plan would mean inherently medical premiums were no where near lower or designed to help people with higher needs. What I did not see and I will look this weekend is an area where you could add itemized medical bills you paid out of pocket. I will review the long form today and see if that too has changed. I am glad I can do my own tax work I can imagine how much this will cost people that need tax preparers.