Elderlaw News September 2013
- Can Life Insurance Affect Your Medicaid Eligibility?
- Should I Enroll in Medicare If I’m Still Working?
- Dealing with a Deceased Loved One’s Debt Collectors
- Do You Pay Capital Gains Taxes on Property You Inherit?
- The POLST: Understanding an Intersection of Medicine and The Law
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Can Life Insurance Affect Your Medicaid Eligibility?
In order to qualify for Medicaid, you can’t have more than $2,000 in assets (in most states). Many people forget about l…
Should I Enroll in Medicare If I’m Still Working?
Many people keep working well beyond age 65—the age when most people become eligible for Medicare.
Dealing with a Deceased Loved One’s Debt Collectors
The last thing anyone wants after the death of a family member is calls from debt collectors dunning the loved one’s est…
Do You Pay Capital Gains Taxes on Property You Inherit?
When you inherit property, such as a house or stocks, the property is usually worth more than it was when the original o…