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Can Medicaid-planning help you or your parents?

If you or your parents are past retirement age and have considerable assets, it is time to carefully consider Medicaid planning for the future if you haven't done so already. This is especially relevant if you, your spouse or either of your parents has been diagnosed with a degenerative condition like Alzheimer's disease or if there is a family history of disorders like Parkinson's with known or suspected genetic links.

The Resource Test: The least understood aspect of Medicaid

When facing the prospect of long-term care, either for yourself or for your parents, it's important to consider how Medicaid can work for you. You likely know that the program was designed to provide medical coverage -- such as nursing home expenses -- to people who cannot afford to get pay for it on their own. As such there are hard limits to how much money a person on Medicaid can take in, as well as the value of their assets.

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