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Preserve Your Hard Earned-Savings: Medicaid Planning Can Protect Your Medicaid Eligibility

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As people continue to live longer and health care costs skyrocket, many wonder if they’ll be able to afford health care and still have something left over to leave to their loved ones. But thanks to Medicaid planning, people can expect to keep their Medicaid eligibility without having to drain their estates.

The Government and Medicaid Eligibility

Why is Medicaid eligibility necessary? Medicaid is a need-based program. The government wants Medicaid assistance to go to those that can’t afford the health care on their own. People with a modest amount of assets sometimes attempt to meet the Medicaid eligibility requirements by selling or gifting their property.

Preserve What You Deserve

Before you sell off any asset, take a moment to research Medicaid planning techniques. In just a few simple steps, Medicaid planning might help you keep your assets.

“Set the Stage for Medicaid Eligibility” is our free downloadable report, which can show you how to protect your estate without disrupting Medicaid eligibility. You’ll understand:

  1. The Medicaid eligibility requirements
  2. The Medicaid planning process
  3. What should be in place in the event you become disabled
  4. How to properly pass your assets to loved ones without affecting your Medicaid eligibility

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