Originally Posted by pb4uski
I voted "Yes" because I can manage my income to qualify and there is no question that I can because of the taxable accounts that I have.
Once I'm on Medicare, I can go back to the original plan.
That's my game plan too. For retirees in low cost of living areas, who have paid off everything (house, cars, bookies, etc.) and enjoy living frugally, ACA can pay huge subsidies. If you have a good bit of funds in taxable accounts, you can manage how much income you recognize.