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Can Creditors Take My Social Security?

As a general rule, creditors cannot take (“seize”) Social Security benefits, even if they have sued you and obtained a judgment against you in court. There are, however, some limited exceptions to this rule for certain kinds of debts owed to the government, which are explained below. more...

What is the Difference Between Medicaid And Social Security?

What is Medicaid?Medicaid is a health insurance program run by the state of Kentucky with state and federal funds. Medicaid has many different categories of assistance, and it is possible to be eligible under more than one category. Medicaid basically covers disabled people, families with children, elderly people, pregnant women, children, and wards of the state. If you fit one of these categories, you also must meet certain income and property rules to be eligible for Medicaid.Can I receive cash benefits on the Medicaid program? more...