Most seniors will qualify for Medicare when they reach the age of 65. You gain eligibility by earning retirement credits. You can earn up to four credits per year when you are working and paying taxes. Once you have at least 40 credits, you will qualify for Medicare once you reach the age of eligibility.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Medicaid and Long-Term Care
- Medicaid Planning Strategies
Mr. Kraft assists clients primarily in the areas of estate planning and administration, Medicaid planning, federal and state taxation, real estate and corporate law, bringing the added perspective of an accounting background to his work.
Latest posts by Paul A. Kraft, Estate Planning Attorney (see all)
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