I saw this item linked from Drudge Report concerning IRS assumptions of what health insurance is going to cost a family of four in 2016. The number was so scary that I went to the IRS draft regulation, and sure enough, on page 56 there is an example of how to compute tax liability that assumes that a family of four buying its own health insurance will have to pay $20,000 per year.
This appears to be cheapest available coverage, so-called "bronze plan." That means a family of four will be paying $1666 per month. If this assumption is correct, there are going to be a lot of self-employed professionals looking seriously at finding full-time employment with a company with a health insurance plan -- and a lot of self-employed craftsmen (plumbers, electricians) who are going to be doing likewise. And perhaps that was the goal of Obamacare all along -- to make sure that no one is self-employed.