Life planning

When Does Your House Stop Being Your Home if You Have to Apply for Medicaid?  

When Does Your House Stop Being Your Home if You Have to Apply for Medicaid?  

Medicaid is a state and federal program which pays medical costs for low-income adults with or without children. Medicaid also covers people aged 65 and older, blind or disabled, or pregnant and cannot pay their medical bills. However, most people do not realize that Medicaid also pays for nursing home care as well. For seniors who require long-term care and meet the financial eligibility criteria, Medicaid has a program which covers long-term care and pays for almost 100% of their nursing home costs. To qualify for Medicaid, you must have under a certain amount of non-exempt assets. In 2020

Facilitate Life Planning with 3 Vital Steps

Facilitate Life Planning with 3 Vital Steps

Life planning, like so many other things, is often harder to begin than to finish. Society shies away from discussing death and its impact on others. As a result, many things are often left undone until it's too late. In some cases, this just makes it harder for the person tasked with finding and pulling together all the necessary information. In today’s digital age, this can mean assets are lost forever. Step 1. Start the Conversation You can't finish what you never start. To get organized and select an approach that feels comfortable, review the downloadable guides and workbooks offered by