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 Does medical insurance pay for assisted living?

Answer On One Hand: Medical Policies Typically Don'tMost medical-insurance policies don't provide for assisted living care, though some may offer some coverage in particular instances. For instance, the ... Read More »
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Are assisted living fees a medical expense?

Assisted living fees are generally considered a medical expense that is tax deductible under federal law. The person living at the assisted facility must be there primarily out of necessity, meanin... Read More »
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At what age can you no longer get assisted living insurance?

According to the Federal Citizen Information Center (FCIC), there is no mandatory age limit for issuing assisted living insurance. However, the FCIC notes that some companies will not write policie... Read More »
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Whattype of insurance do you need when you reach retirement age where assisted living needs may exist?

Long Term Care insurance. But you will need to buy it while you are younger and healthier prior to needing it!
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If getting a divorce in Pennsylvania can the spouse who provides medical insurance legally terminate the other's medical benefits before the divorce is final when the two are living separately?

Answer No. I believe he must wait until the divorce is final and all terms are worked out.
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