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Effect of Holocaust Reparations on Medicaid, SSI and Other Benefits

Date: February 2, 2009

The Victims of Nazi Persecution Act of 1994 creates a special right for survivors of the Holocaust. When they apply for federally funded benefits or services that are based on financial need, the payments they have received based on their status as a victim of Nazi persecution are not counted in determining their financial eligibility for these federally funded benefits. This training will cover the following issues:

  • Reparations and Medicaid, SSI and Other Benefits that are Federally or State Funded - Law, Regulations, and Litigation
  • Calculating Amount of Reparations Received, Currency Conversion
  • Germany Social Security Issues
  • Reparations and Taxes

Date of Original Presentation: 2/02/09

Viewing Time: 1 hour 40 minutes

Presenter: Valerie Bogart, Selfhelp Community Services, Inc., Evelyn Frank Legal Resources Program

CLE Credits: 2.0 Professional Practice

Cost for viewing this training if CLE credit is requested: $75 for not-for-profit agencies; $100 for private law firms and geriatric care managers. There is no charge for viewing this training unless CLE credit is requested.

Financial Hardship Policy available upon request. Contact Liz Price

Newly admitted attorneys in New York State can not receive CLE credit for online training.

If you are an attorney who is not licensed in New York State and want CLE credit, please check to see if your state allows New York State CLE credits to be applied to your state's CLE requirements.

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