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Business
Individuals

Medicare online accounts and Express Plus Medicare mobile apps may experience intermittent availability due to scheduled maintenance.

Centrelink online accounts and Express Plus Centrelink mobile apps are currently unavailable due to scheduled maintenance.

Child Support online accounts and Express Plus Child Support mobile apps are currently unavailable due to scheduled maintenance.

Business
Special Disability Trusts

Characteristics

A Special Disability Trust must have only one principal beneficiary (the person for whom the trust is established) who meets the eligibility criteria.

A Special Disability Trust must:

  • have only one principal beneficiary (the person for whom the trust is established), who must meet the eligibility criteria
  • provide for the accommodation and care needs of the principal beneficiary
  • have a trust deed that contains the clauses as set out in the model trust deed
  • have an independent trustee, or alternatively have more than one trustee
  • comply with the investment restrictions
  • provide annual financial statements and
  • conduct independent audits when required

Page last updated: 12 May 2018