10 Tips for Children of Aging Parents

Learn how to qualify for Medicaid by meeting the asset requirements, so you can afford the costs of long-term care.

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If you want to qualify for Medicaid, the first thing that often comes to mind is gifting your assets to family and friends. That solution only works if there are five years between the gifting date and the date of your Medicaid application (“look back period”). Otherwise, you’ll face a transfer penalty. So how do you plan to qualify for Medicaid without putting your assets at risk? An elder law attorney can help.

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