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If You Think You Don't Need Medicaid Planning, Think Again
Medicaid Planning Can Be Key to Preserving Your Estate and Protecting Your Medicaid Eligibility
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It can cost $135,000 or more a year to live in a nursing home. In addition, out of pocket expenses for non-covered prescriptions, physical therapy, and incidentals can add even more cost. For those with modest means, it can be very difficult to save sufficient money for health care in our later years and still have enough left to leave loved ones. Medicaid Planning can help.
What Do I Need to Do To Qualify?
As with most need-based government programs, a criteria has been established to qualify for benefits. The government has established Medicaid eligibility requirements to make sure the people who need Medicaid are the ones that receive the assistance. As a result, many people with normal-size estates attempt to qualify for Medicaid by transferring or selling their assets in an effort to meet Medicaid eligibility.
How Can I Qualify and Still Keep My Estate?
Medicaid Planning can help. Medicaid Planning can mean the difference between using your entire estate to pay for elder health care and retaining assets to pass along to your loved ones.
Download “Set the Stage for Medicaid Eligibility” now. Start Medicaid Planning today, and learn how to retain your Medicaid eligibility and your assets. You’ll discover how: