How can I keep my income bracket low so I can still qualify for Medicaid?

How can I keep my income bracket low so I can still qualify for Medicaid?
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#1

I recently started a new job and I’m making $75k.

My job doesn’t offer a 401k and I am under Medicaid so I don’t qualify for an HSA account. If I max my Roth that only puts $5,500 dropping my income to $69,500.

How else can I reduce my income bracket, I’d like to stay below the income limit to keep my Medicaid.

I am 45 married with two children, however one is over 21+, working and just graduated college.


#2

If you’re making $75k and you’r married with a child living w/ you I think you should get health insurance, not try to stay on Medicaid.
Contributing to a Roth IRA will not reduce your taxable income. I cannot think of any ways for you to reduce your income sufficiently to maintain your eligibility for Medicaid


#3

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