/* Template Name: Landing Page */ ?>
Learn How Medicaid Planning Can Help You Protect Your Nest Egg
Protect Your Nest Egg Without Affecting Your Medicaid Eligibility
Download Your Free Report Today
No one knows for sure what the future will bring. For many in their senior years, the quality of life and health begins to fade. When this happens, the only solution for care may be the services offered through a nursing home facility. Unfortunately, nursing home health services can cost as much as $134,000 annually forcing many seniors to turn to Medicaid for funding assistance.
Up to 40% of people reaching the age of 65 will ultimately spend a portion of their lives in long-term care, and the average length of stay for the majority of nursing home residents is 2 1/2 years. The truth is it doesn’t take long for the expenses to add up. These expenses can drain a person’s life savings virtually overnight and force some to sell or give away the nest egg they’ve worked a lifetime to build.
Though Medicaid is intended for people with limited means, it’s still possible to retain one’s assets and qualify for the benefits offered by Medicaid. The rules that can allow you to preserve your assets are there, and proper Medicaid planning can help you preserve your legacy. However, for Medicaid eligibility, you’ll need to meet certain financial criteria.
Understanding the rules that govern Medicaid eligibility is a challenge, and can be complicated by the fact that rules may differ from state to state.
Learn How to Protect Your Assets
Download our FREE report, “Set the Stage for Medicaid Eligibility” and discover valuable asset protection strategies that most people are unaware of. You can make sure that the legacy you’ve built for your loved ones isn’t depleted by the costs incurred by long-term nursing home health services.
Our free report will help you discover:
Act today and request a FREE report on how Medicaid planning can help protect your assets and preserve the legacy you’ve worked to build over a lifetime.
Featured Blog Post
Medicaid Limits Updated for the New Year
You should be aware of the fact that most people who are fortunate enough to celebrate their 65th birthdays are going to need help with their day-to-day needs at some point in time.
This does not always mean that nursing home care will be necessary, but the United States Department of Health and Human Services tells us that you have a 40% chance read more–>