Posts Tagged ‘long term care’

Many people know that they should purchase long-term care insurance, but the high cost of policies prohibit them from taking the next step. Despite the expense, this insurance coverage not only protects you, your loved ones, and your estate, but it also may provide certain tax benefits as well. The method and extent of the […]

New York Medicaid New Resource Documentation Rules

September 6th, 2013 by David Goldfarb

There are three distinct resource documentation requirements depending on the type of Medicaid applied for. The three types of Medicaid coverage and the resource documentation requirements are: (1) Community Coverage Without Long-Term Care – requires a self-attestation to the amount of current resources; (2) Community Coverage With Community-Based Long-Term Care – requires proof of current […]