Assets that Do Not Affect ODSP Entitlement

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By: Winnie Luk

The following are some payments that may be made by the trustee on behalf of the beneficiary without affecting his or her entitlement to Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP):

Principal residence
Secondary property approved for health/wellbeing
Primary car
Second car up to $15,000 for loved one’s dependent, if dependant needs it for work
Approved disability-related items/services
Compensation from pain and suffering ($100,000)
Business assets ($20,000) + tools of trade
Loans for approved business, education, training
Prepaid funeral
Payments of up to $5000 per year on loved one on ‘comforts’ (radio, TV, clothing, extra food, recreation, entertainment, extra rent)

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