Planning for Retirement: Depending on Medicaid and Other Considerations

June 9, 2016



Living for a very long time may be a milestone. However, it also has its disadvantages – one of which has to be the fact that you’d have to find means to sustain your nursing care and other activities of daily living.


Qualifying for Medicaid can be quite a challenge. Thus, it is best to prepare for your retirement age several years or even decades before you reach such age.


Almost every American, whatever income or assets they have, are qualified to receive Medicaid. Although this can pay for medications, physician’s visits, hospitalizations, and treatments, it does not cover long-term care.

With this, it is imperative for one to consider preparing for end-of-life care as part of estate and retirement planning. In this regard, families may also seek the advice of financial adviser and lawyer who can cater to Medicaid planning. By doing so, they can be sure to receive excellent home care services and other long-term care provisions should the need arises.


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