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Qualifying for Medicaid with an IRA or 401(k)

It is true that qualified retirement accounts such as a 401k or IRA are usually large assets. It is also true that 401k’s and IRAs are deemed a countable asset by Medicaid. But, with proper Medicaid planning by an elder law attorney, these assets can be made non-countable and sheltered.

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