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Posts Tagged: medicaid
Retirement is not all golf and grandchildren. Many people spend years planning for retirement and think they have it all figured out, until they actually retire. A recent Wall Street Journal article set out a few areas where retirees don’t know as much as they think they do.
This is government insurance for people who have very little money that covers, among other things, the cost of nursing home care.
ObamaCare and Estate Recovery – Another Government Property Grab?
Watch out. Big Brother may be coming for the family homestead.
Is it wrong to plan for Medicaid qualification?
As long as you follow the rules, it’s OK to plan to qualify for a benefit funded by your tax dollars.
Are monies received via personal service contracts entered for Medicaid planning purposes subject to self employment tax?
Another “ask the expert” question featured on www.eldercarematters.com. This one relates to personal service contracts used in Medicaid planning.
Is there a legal way to protect any of my elderly parents’ assets and have Medicare/Medicaid pay for extended nursing home care in the event it is necessary?
Here is another featured question from the ElderCareMatters website. It deals with Medicaid qualification.
Do you recommend life estates or irrevocable trusts for Medicaid planning purposes?
Here is another of the “ask the expert” questions featured at www.eldercarematters.com.
Are the proceeds from a reverse mortgage viewed as “countable asset” by Medicaid when making application?
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.
Keeping PACE with Elder Care Costs
PACE is a little-known program that may offer promising alternatives for elder care.