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Don't Let the Government take Grandma's Home and Life Savings By Jim "Zig" Zeigler
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Get coverage for elder care costs without losing your home and savings. This book is your map through the maze of elder care planning. Covers new Medicaid rules for nursing home or the new home... More > care. Plans to cover home care or assisted living for life without ever running out of money. If your family member ever needs home care, assisted living or nursing home, how will you pay the $2,500 to $10,000 a month cost? With a proper plan, you can cover those costs without losing your assets. Without a proper plan, you pay by losing savings and home. How do you develop such a plan? This book is your step-by-step guide. The author is nationally-known elder care attorney Jim "Zig" Zeigler. He led the federal lawsuit challenging the restrictive new law that penalizes seniors for gifts to family and church during the five years preceding nursing home admission.< Less
Don't Let the Government take Grandma's Home and Life Savings By Jim "Zig" Zeigler
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Get coverage for elder care costs without losing your home and savings. This book is your map through the maze of elder care planning. Covers new Medicaid rules for nursing home or the new home... More > care. Plans to cover home care or assisted living for life without ever running out of money. If your family member ever needs home care, assisted living or nursing home, how will you pay the $2,500 to $10,000 a month cost? With a proper plan, you can cover those costs without losing your assets. Without a proper plan, you pay by losing savings and home. How do you develop such a plan? This book is your step-by-step guide. The author is nationally-known elder care attorney Jim "Zig" Zeigler. He led the federal lawsuit challenging the restrictive new law that penalizes seniors for gifts to family and church during the five years preceding nursing home admission.< Less