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Using a Medicaid professional can be the difference between success & failure when applying.
Medicaid is available under many circumstances, but the path to get there is filled with challenges. Did you know, there are services available to assist families through the Medicaid application and planning process.?
Why use one of these services? Knowing what documentation is required is needed is vast. Understanding what you can do and what you should do can be daunting if you're not a professional dealing with these cases daily.
Not all of us have the personality to handle this bureaucratic obstacle course. For these reasons and more, I am sharing with you the knowledge of a Medicaid Planning professional.
There is a big misconception that to qualify for Medicaid, you have to have no assets, or they will take all of your money. In most states, your assets cannot exceed $2,000. That's the scary part that everyone hears.
Thankfully, there are many gray areas when applying. Giving these factors consideration does play a part in the overall application. There are many ways to save assets, and that's why using a professional is essential.
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