ABLE means Achieving a Better Life Experience.  For individuals on SSI or public assistance benefits like Medicaid, $2000 is the limit for any cash assets each month.  Go over $2000 at the end of the month and benefits could be at risk.  ABLE allows individuals to save money but still keep their benefits.  Find out more below.

VIDEO – Click HERE for a video all about the Alaska ABLE Plans

Click HERE to be directed to the Alaskan ABLE website.

Click HERE for the ABLE Enrollment/Information Brochure

What to Know More?  See below!

LINK – ABLE National Resource Center.       The ABLE National Resource Center has a variety of tools to assist you in deciding if the ABLE program is right for your loved one.  There are webinars on a variety of topics, decision guides and more.  Here are just a few of the items on their website.

 What is a Qualified Disability Expense?  

Advantages of ABLE for those NOT on SSI/other public benefits

VIDEO – SNT or ABLE or Both?

Peter Wall, financial advisor and trustee for True Link Financial gives an overview of a skilled needs trusts and ABLE with comparisons so you can choose the best tool for your situation.