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How much assets can a person have and still be eligible for Medicaid?

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Starting in 2014, Obamacare banned all states from using "any assets or resources test" to determine Medicaid eligibility for the nonelderly. Health insurance for the elderly is typically paid by Medicare, but depending upon the state, Medicaid will also pay nursing home costs for elderly with assets in excess of $850,000.

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