How about that health insurance issue?
Yes, they did repeal the “individual mandate,” but it does not go into effect until 2019. This means, you are still supposed to have health insurance or pay a penalty with your 2018 income tax filing, so I still need your 1095 A/B/C. (Why did Tax Reform delay this until 2019? Probably because folks had already signed up, and they didn’t want to jeopardize the industry mid-stream.)
However, with the 2019 penalty gone, it seems people have begun canceling coverage. That is, enrollment is dropping. Some of this might also be connected to the surge in politicians (particularly 2020 presidential contenders) who are already getting aboard the universal health care bandwagon.
But don’t worry – more and more states are implementing health insurance mandates, complete with the same penalty structure for non-compliance.