What are the “non-countable” assets under
Florida law when applying for Medicaid?
The assets that are not taken into account when
one applies for Medicaid in Florida are the
property or personal residence;
specially-structured contracts including certain
commercial annuities, certain private annuities,
self-canceling installment notes, and some
savings account under $2500.00 per spouse;
items and most personal effects;
in any type of assets for the nursing home
patient’s community spouse.