Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) may be able to secure public benefits, however, to ensure comprehensive financial planning, special needs planning in Plano becomes crucial. In 2022, the cost…

Maximizing your SSDI benefits can help with your special needs trusts and special needs planning in Plano. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a federal benefits program. Through SSDI, the…

A newly proposed rule by the Social Security Administration (SSA) could ultimately change the way “in-kind income” is defined for recipients of Supplemental Security Income (SSI). If you haven’t been…

A ward of the state is a person under the government’s protection. This is an important concept when it comes to special needs planning in Allen. Children and adults with…

Many parents and families planning for the care of their loved one with special needs will consider setting up a special needs trust. (When it comes to special needs planning…

Special needs planning in Frisco for your loved ones can be difficult to navigate. In January 2023, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced it would award…

Funds held in a properly drafted special needs trust (SNT) will not affect a Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Medicaid recipient’s benefits. However, funds disbursed in a manner that violates…

An important part of special needs planning is protecting your loved one from financial abuse. A True Link card is a tool you may not have considered before, but it…

Special needs planning is more important than ever. Despite support from both sides of the aisle and appeals from disability advocates across the country, proposed legislation intended to offer greater…

People with special needs require specific accommodations such as wheelchair-friendly buildings, doctors with empathy, and a professional to handle their special needs trust. From difficulties securing transportation for medical appointments…

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