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Special Needs Hawaii Newsletters Archive

Clicking on the newsletter hyperlinks on this web page will take you to the website of the Academy of Special Needs Planners (ASNP). Royal Alliance has no control over the posted content within the ASNP website.

The newsletters archived here are for historical purposes only, and economic, market, and legal conditions may have changed since these newsletters were originally made available. The information provided here should not be relied upon to make investment decisions.

2020 January SNH Newsletter

In this issue: What Happens to ABLE accounts if Beneficiary is no longer disabled, SSA issues controversial proposal, Differences between a living trust and an irrevocable trust, and GAO calls for increased oversight over organizations that handle SS benefits.

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2019 November SNH Newsletter

In this issue: Making year-end gifts to Special Needs family members, bill introduced to raise SSI asset limit and other reforms, lawmakers start to combat discrimination against tenants who receive housing aid, and veterans disability benefits now protected in bankruptcy proceedings.

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2019 October SNH Newsletter

In this issue: The basics of funding a special needs trust with life insurance, disability rights advocates challenge new immigration rules, congress looks to end subminimum wages for people with disabilities, DOT issues guidance for traveling with support animals.

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2019 September SNH Newsletter

In this issue: Who to choose as a trustee for your special needs trust, when to change your plan's key players, dental care becomes more inclusive, and changes to the method of measuring inflation raises concerns.

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2019 August SNH Newsletter

In this issue: Passing retirement benefits to special needs dependents can be complicated, new laws help people with disabilities during disasters, doctors aren't aware of their duties with treating people with disabilities, and less people are covered by Medicaid because of paperwork.

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