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    Default Proper Use of a Self-Managed Medicare Set-Aside

    My question involves workers compensation law for the state of: Connecticut

    As part of my settlement agreement, there is a medicare setaside (self administered). I'm not on medicare now but I will be in three years. Since is is self administered, I am to set aside this money in a separate account for use if I, when I am on medicare, should seek medical attention related to this work related injury.

    My question is, if I never have another problem with this injury, how long am I supposed to hold this money?

    Thank you

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    Default Re: Proper Use of a Self-Managed Medicare Set-Aside

    There is no time limit.
    per the manual you can request that CMS review and revise the amount.

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    Default Re: Proper Use of a Self-Managed Medicare Set-Aside

    Thank you, greentree...

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