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I just looked it up and Medicaid never includes workman’s compensation income as countable income. So if you receive workers compenstion it won’t be counted when your eligibility is determined—https://www.medicaid.gov/state-resource-center/mac-learning-collaboratives/downloads/part-2-income.pdf
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vivsdtr2 Sep 23, 2018
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If this is permanent then I'd say yes. If temporary, I wouldn't think so but this is a question for Medicaid.
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If it is regular retirement social security it is not taxable. If it is disability or SSI it is probably taxable both federal and state. If it is a permanent Workers Comp claim award is also a determining factor in some states. I would consult an accountant or attorney in your state.
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If it’s not taxable income, it shouldn’t be included but that may vary from state to state
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