Monday, July 1, 2013

Farming the Government for Subsidies is About to Get More Lucrative

Many special ed children live in foster homes. The foster parents receive monthly stipends for each child in addition to SSI. Often the parents qualify for other forms of government assistance including Medicaid, SCHIP and EIC.

Each program has guidelines and forms that must be completed. Many times the parents only sign the forms. Someone else, someone they paid to help in filling in the blanks, entered the answers. These "assistants" will charge $400 or more and guarantee you will get the maximum allowed for your situation.

Often these assistants work in the school or a welfare agency. In addition to their salary they have a sideline business completing forms. Some will make $30,000 - $40,000 or more in their sideline business.

All cash....
Full post: InsureBlog: Obamacare Gold Mine explaining how this worked with fraudulent Katrina claims and tax breaks for kids who may not exist or may be in different countries.