If you received disability support pension in 2013-2014, you’ll need to report it on a 2014 tax return.
Do you, a friend or a family member have a physical, intellectual or psychiatric condition? If so, you most likely know the importance of receiving financial support.
There’s bills to pay, food to buy, and fees that go along with medicine and treatment. Without being able to work, how can these items be paid for?
Luckily, the Australian Government offers financial support to those with disabilities via the Centrelink Disability Support Pension.
Keep in mind if you or someone you know receives this payment, it must be reported on an Australian tax return.
What Is Disability Support Pension?
Disability Support Pension is financial support for people who cannot work because they are limited by any of the following;
- a physical condition
- a intellectual condition
- a psychiatric condition
- permanent blindness
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