A Medicaid trust is put into place for people who qualify for Medicaid but who earn too much to qualify for it like the rest of the aging population. Through a Medicaid trust, an insured person can use this legal entity to pay for medical needs and expenses, offsetting some costs and contributing positively to others. In its entirety, a Medicaid trust prevents the insured from being denied coverage simply for making too much money. Through setting up this trust with a financial adviser or insurance agent, the insured can ensure Medicaid coverage as promised and can guarantee that coverage will not end simply because the insured earns over the limit denoted by the federal government. Those insured people who need this type of trust should contact their financial adviser, their insurance agent or someone else with broad experience here to devise a plan and put it into effect.