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Can Adversely Affect Medicaid Eligibility
 
Current Newsletter - July 2017

Proper Medicaid planning techniques for individuals with disabilities can take a number of different forms, depending upon the circumstances.  Many issues factor into the decision regarding the appropriate Medicaid planning techniques to be used in a particular situation. Medicaid planning is not a “one size fits all” process.
 
It Doesn’t Take Much to Tip the Scale
 
Medicaid rules place stringent limitations on the assets a recipient may own in order to qualify for benefits.  In Louisiana, persons receiving Medicaid long term care benefits  cannot own  more  than $2,000 worth  of  “countable”  assets in order to be eligible to have Medicaid pay for their long term care needs.
 
 
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