To account for this dynamic, you could make a loved one with a disability the beneficiary of a special needs trust. Under program rules, the trustee could use the assets in the trust to improve the beneficiary’s quality of life.
Topics covered in this whitepaper include:
- Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income
- Special Needs Trusts
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