Shalloway & Shalloway Announces Blog on Community Spouse Resource Allowance
(West Palm Beach, Florida) October 10, 2019
Shalloway & Shalloway is pleased to announce their new blog post titled “What is the Medicaid Community Spouse Resource Allowance?” In short, the Community Spouse Resource Allowance (CSRA) covers what happens to one’s assets and their eligibility for Medicaid when they require long-term care, but their spouse does not. The concise blog post outlines how to qualify for Medicaid, what the Community Spouse Resource Allowance is (and is not), what the current CSRA in Florida is, and how to plan for Medicaid Eligibility.
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