By now you’ve probably read a few new stories, several blog posts, many Facebook rants and a bazillion Twitter tweets about the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act. We’re not going to add to the blogo-spew. We’re just going to point you to a nifty little online tool that the Washington Post devised to help you figure how the Act might affect your personal decisions regarding your future health insurance.
You just answer a few questions anonymously — Do you have health insurance? How many people are in your household? — and out pops a useful little explanation of how your options now compare to your options in 2014 (when the Affordable Care Act goes fully into effect). Pretty nifty, we think. Just click here and try it for yourself!