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Partial Cure Issues In Practice: Clarifying the Confusion that Ails You

POSTED ON - June 12, 2019

Written By Scott Engstrom J.D.

This blog tackles the issue of partial cures. More specifically, this blog addresses confusion about how a partial cure plan operates, when a partial cure plan may be used, and situations that do not constitute […]
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Partial Cure Issues In Practice: Clarifying the Confusion that Ails You

POSTED ON - June 12, 2019

Written By Scott Engstrom J.D.

This blog tackles the issue of partial cures. More specifically, this blog addresses confusion about how a partial cure plan operates, when a partial cure plan may be used, and situations that do not constitute […]

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Questions about Planning for Medicaid, Part 2

POSTED ON - April 24, 2019

Written By Krause Financial Services

  This is the second in a two-part blog post which answers popular questions many people ask when they start planning for Medicaid benefits.   What appeal rights are available? If your client has been […]

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Actuarially Sound Requirement

POSTED ON - April 10, 2019

Written By Krause Financial Services

One of the requirements an annuity must meet in order to be considered Medicaid compliant is that it is actuarially sound. The term “actuarially sound” means that the owner of the annuity will receive their […]

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Questions About Planning for Medicaid, Part 1

POSTED ON - March 27, 2019

Written By Krause Financial Services

  This is “part one” of two-part series of popular questions many people have when they begin planning for Medicaid benefits.   What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid in providing for nursing home […]

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“Name on the Check Rule” – Success in Missouri

POSTED ON - February 27, 2019

Written By Krause Financial Services

“Name on the Check Rule” The “Name on the Check Rule” is a guideline used by Medicaid to determine who owns income. If a check is made payable to one individual, that same individual will […]

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MaineCare Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver Denied by New Governor

POSTED ON - February 13, 2019

Written By Krause Financial Services

  A MaineCare waiver that would have fundamentally changed crisis planning for married couples was rejected in its entirety by new Democratic Governor, Janet Mills.  The waiver was put into motion by former Republican governor […]

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The Gift Tax Exclusion and Medicaid Eligibility

POSTED ON - February 6, 2019

Written By Krause Financial Services

Many people may misinterpret the Gift Tax Exclusion and assume, incorrectly, that the amount they gift to a loved one will not have any effect on their Medicaid eligibility. As you are planning with your […]

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Planning for a Funeral; Goods and Services

POSTED ON - January 23, 2019

Written By Krause Financial Services

When a loved one has passed, naturally one would start thinking of and planning a funeral. However, many people do not realize the cost associated with a funeral and how, if your loved one has […]

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