That's just wasting taxpayer money.If "household income" (including parents) must be considered in order to qualify for financial aid at university, it seems that "household income" (including parents) should be considered in order to qualify for public support such as food stamps. N'est-ce pas juste?But hey - maybe I'm just old-fashioned.So you're taking a stand based on principle. OK I can agree with that. There prolly many here that would feel that if its legal; why not take advantage of the loop hole. Sorta like the transferring of parent's assets to stick medicaid with parents nursing home costs. I found I was in the minority that subject.http://boards.fool.com/poll-shedding-assets-for-medicaid-cov...
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