Yes I did. I went through it with my employer and I went through it again on my own. I did not apply because the security of the web site is so lax, but they do allow you to punch in round figures to get an estimate on healthcare plans. Most of them are through Kaiser and they want you to use their facilities---not one of your choice.<quoted text>
You don't know anything about how the ACA or the Healthcare marketplace works, do you? Be honest, did you go to the website and apply?
Nevertheless, no application is going to ask about expenditures, debt or credit. All they care about is what you make, what you are looking for, and other factors such as your age and maybe what preexisting conditions you have.
The only application I made was for an exemption. But that's through snail mail and not the internet.
Before DumBama and the Socialists, everything was so easy. You found a job with healthcare benefits and that was it. Now you're roaming around on web sites, punching in personal information, threatened with fines and taxes. Printing out forms to escape fines and taxes. And as my tax preparer told me last Sunday when I filed my taxes for 2013, this is nothing but a giant nightmare in the coming years.