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patricia I saw the same information
I know some
is it the same as pass plan
Not familiar with ABLE accounts
I am not familiar with ABLE. Loo forward to learning about it...
They are or aren't allowed to have both plans at the same time?
If someone works enough to transition into SSDI from SSI would their ABLE account hurt them?
Good Question - let's ask Nancy!
ABLE accounts can be established through their own bank or through SSA
Check out the link that Patricia posted, Nicole - this is where people can go to set up an ABLE account
There are other ABLE providers that operate nationally as well
Patricia great website thanks
1973...….Average family income: $12,900 Average monthly rent: $175....Average cost of House $32,500....Inflation rate 6.16%
why will they not increase it to account for inflation
I think we can only speculate here, Nicole, but that is a good question!
will get medicaid
I thought the limit was $30,000
and still get medicaid
Does marital status matter?
I don't know the cap but spouses income is looked at too.
Qualifications this is what is was several years ago –must meet all qualificationsWere eligible for an SSI cash payment for at least 1 month;Would be eligible for cash payment except for earnings;Still be disabled;Still meet all other eligibility rules, including the resources test;Need Medicaid in order to work; andHave gross earned income that is insufficient to replace SSI, Medicaid, and any publicly funded attendant care.
I am not sure if I missed this during discussions but would your ABLE Account have to be included as Income when filing tax return?
What documentation would the person need to confirm that their savings is deposited into an ABLE account?
If expenses of medication(s) are related to their diagnosed disability(ies), an individual can have their Pharmacy print out of their prescriptions for the year or timeframe they may need as supporting documentation.
https://ldh.la.gov/index.cfm/subhome/1...Medicaid Department of Health State of Louisiana....this Website with links for different topics
I am sorry but I have not...
shelly I think paycheck is trying
I agree Nancy
You have my vote Nancy lol
Exactly what I was thinking!
$27,770 total of both 15,000 and 12,770....
me too Nancy
15,000 + 12,760 for those that are working and don't have an employer supported retirement plan
Thank you Nancy! Happy Easter
yes, I'm laughing as well!
Loved it. Happy Easter!
I have had individuals tell me that their family does not want them to work because of losing SSI Benefits...