Conversations with family, friends, and colleagues can sometimes wander into the topic of lawsuits, divorces, bankruptcies, and other threats that put one’s property at risk of loss to a creditor. Such conversations often leave people shaking their heads, asking what the world is coming to, and feeling vulnerable and frustrated. However, an important tool has… Read More »
Posts Categorized: Medicaid Planning
The sooner you think about this and do something about it, the better off you and your family will be.
This is government insurance for people who have very little money that covers, among other things, the cost of nursing home care.
Watch out. Big Brother may be coming for the family homestead.
As long as you follow the rules, it’s OK to plan to qualify for a benefit funded by your tax dollars.
The U.S. Debt Ceiling was raised before the magical August 2 deadline amid great hand-wringing and “the sky is falling” rhetoric out of our nation’s capitol. Despite the tireless efforts of our tireless representatives, our stock market still plunged, and global markets followed suit. Making sense out of the baloney sandwich we have just been fed is tricky.
Another “ask the expert” question featured on www.eldercarematters.com. This one relates to personal service contracts used in Medicaid planning.
Here is another featured question from the ElderCareMatters website. It deals with Medicaid qualification.
Here is another of the “ask the expert” questions featured at www.eldercarematters.com.
This is another of the featured questions I authored for www.eldercarematters.com. I was given the honor of being named their inaugural national elder care expert of the week.