Posted December 2022
By: Mae Yang
WHAT!!! NO Resources Counts! NO Spouse Income Counts!
Have you heard of Medicaid Buy-In Program for working adults with disabilities or children with disabilities?
Join us for an educational moment on Medicaid Buy-In Program for Working Adults and Children with Disabilities.
When MONEY talks… your future listens.
Health insurance is EXPENSIVE, but not having it could be financially devastating.
Your Health Coverage is also your FINANCIAL tool.
Join me and Zelene Nava, President & CEO of P & N Consulting for a conversation about how you can have more control, make better-informed decisions about your healthcare needs and tap into your state programs for extra help on healthcare.
Planning your healthcare coverage is a smart move as it helps you put more money back in your pocket and gives you peace of mind as unforeseen medical expenses can disturb your finances.
Walk away with:
How State Medicaid Buy-In work: qualifications, self-employed/ disability/ household income calculations, & applications.
How you can get extra help through the Action Review Group (ARG) to cover the private health insurance premium for the disabled adult or child.
How to use your Medicaid Buy-In program with your Medicare benefits.
When: Tuesday, December 13th at 10:00 am MST | 11:00 am CST | 9:00 am PST
Where: Inside The Wealth Circle: Money Empower. Give Back. Retire On Your Terms.
Zelene Nava, President & CEO at P & N Consulting LLC.
You don't want to miss this... it's our last MONEY POWER HOUR for the year.
Please contact us by filling out the form below.
Please note that MEG Financial Wellness, LLC is not a tax, legal, or investment agency, and we do not offer legal, tax, or other professional advice. For clients seeking professional advice, we recommend consulting with a qualified professional advisor.
Please be aware that we do not offer every plan available in your area. The information we provide is limited to the plans we do offer in your area. For information on all available options, we recommend contacting Medicare.gov or calling 1-800-MEDICARE.