There are many ways to get paid as caregiver for your loved one. Payment may come from federal and state programs, tax credits, VA stipends, medicaid, medicare, long-term care insurance, and more.MAke it Easy
Potential annual savings: $7,500
Based on: Your state's regulations around payment of medicaid dollars to a family caregiver.
Potential annual savings: $33,000
Based on: Your loved one's service record and monthly budget from the VA.
Potential annual savings: $1,550
Based on: Your income and amount spent on providing care in a year.
Potential annual savings: $500
Based on: Your state's matching of the federal Dependent Care Tax credit.
The Givers Membership is a complete caregiver wellness program. All members gain access to a dedicated caregiving coach (certified senior advisor), a private caregiver community to learn and get support from, and tons of perks and benefits like savings on common caregiver supplies and services.
We'll start analyzing your profile from the moment you signup, continuously through your spending on your Givers Card, to find you all of the savings you qualify for.
Yes. We know how expensive caring for a loved one can be, that's why only make money when you make money. We split savings that we find for you 60/40. You keep 60%, we take 40%.
No savings, no cost to you. Period.
The Givers Card is a self-funded Visa debit card. You will have the option to get both a virtual and a physical card.
You can securely fund your debit card via a debit card transfer (instant) or ACH transfer (2-3 days).
Your Givers Card works at ATMs globally and for payment with any merchant that accepts Visa.
Some tax credit and reimbursement programs require a clear view on your caregiving expenses.
By joining Givers and using your Givers Card exclusively for care-related expenses, we will be able to help you identify avenues for reimbursement, and you'll avoid needing to parse through all of your expenses at the end of the year to find what you spent on caregiving.
Common caregiving expenses qualify for many reimbursement programs, including respite care, transportation, assistive technologies and devices, and support services.
If you're spending it on your loved one, we recommend you put it on your Givers Card. This will maximize the amount of savings we can find for you.
We support avenues to reimbursement that most accountants don't check for.
These credits are difficult to find and even more difficult to file for. Many accountants and firms don't bother to file for these credits because they're paid per filing, not by the amount of money they save for you.
While you enjoy the perks of your membership, we'll be on the lookout for what credits you qualify for. When you save, we get paid. It's a win-win.
The government and healthcare system is finally starting to offer new financial support to family caregivers.
If you're taking care of a loved one, you most likely are eligible for some sort of payment program.
We'll analyze your account and the spend on your Givers Card, and notify you when we find programs you qualify for.
We cannot guarantee that we will be able to find you money.
This is why your Givers membership is completely free, and we split the savings with you. No savings, no cost. Period.
While we look for savings, you can enjoy the member benefits, completely free.