What is the Asset Limit for Medicaid?
The asset limit for Medicaid is around $2,000 for a single person and $3,000 for a couple where both spouses are receiving care. However, some states have different allowances.
The healthy spouse of a Medicaid applicant can keep a separate allowance between about $30,000 and $145,000 in most states. This asset limit includes cash, savings accounts, and physical items.
You can learn more about Medicaid eligibility here.
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