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The Medicaid Trust

The cost of long-term health care continues to spiral and insurance companies continue to cover fewer and fewer long-term needs. As a result, it's important for advisors to help their older clients plan for long-term care while protecting their clients' assets. That's where a Medicaid trust comes into play as an effective asset protection strategy: It allows your client to use Medicaid assistance

The cost of long-term health care continues to spiral and insurance companies continue to cover fewer and fewer long-term needs. As a result, it's important for advisors to help their older clients plan for long-term care while protecting their clients' assets. That's where a Medicaid trust comes into play as an effective asset protection strategy: It allows your client to use Medicaid assistance to cover the costs of long-term care, without the loss of significant personal assets.

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