Tell ODSP about money you make
You must tell ODSP how much money you, your spouse, and your dependants make each month from:
- training allowances
- being self-employed
Your spouse can be a person of any sex or gender. It does not matter if you are married or not.
Dependants are people who live with you and who you financially take care of. For example, this could be your children or elderly parents.
ODSP will not count money earned by a dependant who:
- is a high school, college, or university student
- is younger than 18
- lives in a First Nations community and gets money from an employment training program that lasts up to 12 months