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Qualified Income Trust [QIT] or Miller Trust
If you live in Delaware and need Medicaid benefits but have a "GROSS" monthly income over $1,854 you need a QIT, Miller Trust to qualify
What does a QIT, Miller Trust do?
Delaware is known as an "income cap" state for the purpose of qualifying for Medicaid benefits. When an individual is applying for Medicaid benefits in Delaware and their "GROSS" monthly income totals more than $2,100 they are over the monthly income limit to qualify. However, by depositing the income that sets them over the limit into a separate bank account owned by a QIT or Miller Trust, it allows them to qualify for Delaware Medicaid benefits.
Example; Jane Smith has a total income of $2,700. [$1,500 from Social Security and $1,200 form a pension account], because her total income is over $2,100 Jane does not qualify for Delaware Medicaid benefits. However, if she opens a bank account under a QIT or Miller Trust and has either one of her monthly checks deposited into the Trust account, she will then qualify for Delaware Medicaid benefits.
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These Trust documents meet all guidelines set by the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services
Get your Trust documents to qualify for Medicaid in 3 simple steps;
- Answer the questions below and submit form;
- We will then email an invoice to you for online payment;
- When payment is received we will send your trust documents [email or regular mail] with signing instructions.
Disclaimer: the use of a QIT, Miller Trust does not guarantee that you will qualify for Medicaid benefits in Delaware, you must meet all other eligibility requirements also. It will however, help ensure that you meet the income eligibility requirements if used properly.