Courtesy ofBelvedere Wealth Partners
The ever-increasing life expectancies of people with disabilities mean that comprehensive special needs planning requires short- and long-term planning.
According to a new report, individuals with disabilities who receive benefits from means-tested programs like SSI and Medicaid are at the most risk for financial ruin after an emergency.
Intellectual or developmental disability, known as IDD, affects approximately 7.39 million people in the United States. Typically present at birth or onsetting in childhood, IDDs adversely impact a person's physical, neurological, or emotional development.
In case you haven't thought of checking in with your special needs planner in a while, here are five events that should trigger an immediate call to your planner.
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