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In this third post of 3, I continue the discussion about second marriages and Medicaid and more specifically how to handle a fraudulent marriage.  Last week I explained that if we make every effort to get the documentation from an ex-spouse for the Medicaid application process, regulations provide that the application

Last month in this blog I updated you on some of the new Social Security and Medicare numbers for 2022.  With a cost of living adjustment (COLA) of 5.9% as a result of higher inflation, next year’s increase is the largest in some time. Many other federal programs are tied to the

In last week’s post I told you about two calls I received regarding Medicaid.  In each case the caller was concerned about how credit card charges on a Medicaid applicant’s card affects eligibility. A common misconception about Medicaid is that debts affect eligibility.  Not true, at least in the sense that the State