Do you qualify for Arizona Long Term Care?

There are a lot of factors that go into qualifying for Arizona Long Term Care and Senior Planning is here to help. When you go to signup, there are a couple of key documents you need. First of all, have your birth certificate handy. It is wise to order your birth certificate before you sign up because the state will want to see it before eligibility is granted. If you are from Arizona, you can order it through the Office of Vital Records. If not, your individual state will have an office through their respective department of health.

If you have any questions about locating the correct office, we are more than happy to assist. Also, make sure to get all of your financial transactions in order. At the very least, your case worker will want to see your current tax return and will usually check at least 3 years back. If you do not have your tax records for the past 3 years, order them from the IRS. Additionally, be prepared to give bank records for the last 3-5 years. Make sure you have all of your accounts documented and the amount of cash in each account. If you are above the amount of cash allowed for Arizona Long Term Care, don’t worry because you can still qualify. We can help you find the right people to give advice on how to move the money around to qualify. 

Now we can answer the question: “Do I qualify for Arizona Long Term Care?” Once we have all of these records in place, it is time to make the call. We will help you make the qualification call. It costs nothing to apply and if you get approved, it is still up to you whether or not you take the aid. Request information below and one of our agents can help you with this.

About the author: Jacob Edward

Jacob Edward is the founder of Senior Planning and an expert in eldercare.

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