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JUX Law Firm 322B LLC Transition Packages

The Minnesota Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act, Chapter 322C, will govern all LLCs in Minnesota starting on January 1, 2018.  In anticipation of this change, any LLC formed prior to August 1, 2015 requires legal attention.  The JUX Law Firm offers the following options for these LLCs. Single-Member Limited Liability Company (SMLLC) Package. ·         … Read More

Minnesota Nursing Facility Reimbursement and Regulation Law

Nursing Facility Reimbursement and Regulation This information brief explains how nursing facilities in Minnesota are reimbursed. It includes information on nursing facility regulation, MA reimbursement for nursing facility services under the value-based reimbursement system, the types of payments nursing facilities receive, rate equalization, case mix classifications, the impact of geographic location on nursing facility rates, … Read More

Minnesota Medical Assistance Spenddown FAQ

What is a Spenddown? A spenddown is like an insurance deductible. If your income is more than the allowed income limit, you may still qualify for health care coverage by meeting a spenddown. A spenddown is the amount you must pay towards medical bills before the state will start to pay. You must have medical … Read More

Minnesota Medical Assistance (MA) Estate Recovery and Liens

Federal and state law require the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) and county agencies to recover costs that the MA program pays for its members under certain circumstances. DHS and counties collect these costs in two ways: (1) estate recovery and (2) liens. The 2016 Minnesota Legislature changed MA estate recovery and liens law. … Read More

What is MinnesotaCare?

MinnesotaCare: An Overview MinnesotaCare is administered by the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) under federal guidance as a Basic Health Program that provides subsidized health care coverage to low-income individuals. DHS, in cooperation with MNsure, the state’s health insurance exchange, is responsible for processing applications and determining eligibility. Eligibility Most MinnesotaCare enrollees are parents … Read More

MinnesotaCare: A Summary of Minnesota Healthcare Plans

MinnesotaCare MinnesotaCare is administered by the Minnesota Department of Human Services under federal guidance as a Basic Health Program that provides subsidized health coverage to eligible Minnesotans. This information brief describes eligibility requirements, covered services, and other aspects of the program. Note: Individuals who have questions about MinnesotaCare eligibility or are interested in applying for MinnesotaCare … Read More

Long-Term Care Services for Seniors/Elderly in Minnesota

Long-Term Care Services for the Elderly Elderly people in Minnesota can receive services from Medical Assistance and  other state programs. This information brief summarizes Medical Assistance eligibility for persons who are elderly (age 65 and over) and describes home care, elderly waiver, nursing facility, and other Medical Assistance services commonly used by persons who are … Read More

What is Medical Assistance (Medicaid) in Minnesota? 

Medical Assistance (MA) Sometimes laws require agencies to recover costs the MA program pays for members. Program info Medical Assistance (MA) is Minnesota’s Medicaid program for people with low income. Most people who have MA get health care through health plans. You can choose a health plan from those serving MA members in your county. … Read More

2017 Minnesota Estate Tax Exemption is Now $2.1 Million

Minnesota’s estate taxes just went down, retroactively. In an effort to cut estate taxes, the Minnesota Legislature increased the estate tax exemption for 2017 from $1.8 million to $2.1 million. The rate change is retroactive to January 1, 2017. The Minnesota Legislature increased the estate tax exemption for 2018 from $2 million to $2.4 million. … Read More