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Minnesota Long Term Care Partnership
The Minnesota Long Term Care Partnership is a public/private arrangement between long-term care insurers and Minnesota’s Medical Assistance program. It enables Minnesota residents who purchase certain long-term care insurance policies to have more of their assets protected if they later need the State to help pay for their long-term care. Minnesota is using this approach to give persons greater control over how they finance their long-term care and to help shore up the public safety net against coming demographic pressures. Learn more at: www.mnltcpartnership.org.
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