Are there any assets that Medicaid does not consider available to the Medicaid applicant and/or his or her spouse?

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Yes, there are certain assets that are considered non-countable under the Medicaid program. Some examples of those assets would be your homestead property, one vehicle, certain life insurance policies, and the community spouse resource allowance that the spouse who is living at home is allowed to keep.

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